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Jeopardy! Sports Edition FAQ/Walkthrough

by mike tru   Updated to v1.00 on
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|                          JEOPARDY: SPORTS EDITION                           |
|                              FAQ / WALKTHROUGH                              |
|                          GAME BOY HAND-HELD SYSTEM                          |
|                                VERSION 1.00                                 |
|                                MIKE  TRUITT                                 |
|                                                                             |
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| Table of Contents |
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 | Section 1.00         About this FAQ           search.about     | 100% |
 |    Subsection 1.10        Mission Statement   search.mission   | 100% |
 |    Subsection 1.20        Copyright Notice    search.copy      | 100% |
 |    Subsection 1.30        Searching Info      search.search    | 100% |
 |    Subsection 1.40        About the Author    search.author    | 100% |
 | Section 2.00         Version History          search.version   | 100% |
 |    Subsection 2.10        Version Sizes       search.size      | 100% |
 |    Subsection 2.20        Version History     search.history   | 100% |
 | Section 3.00         Game Basics              search.basic     | 100% |
 |    Subsection 3.10        Game Info           search.info      | 100% |
 |    Subsection 3.20        Controls            search.control   | 100% |
 |    Subsection 3.30        Game Modes          search.mode      | 100% |
 | Section 4.00         Questions                search.question  | 080% |
 | Section 5.00         Miscellaneous            search.misc      | 100% |
 |    Subsection 5.10        FAQs                search.faq       | 100% |
 | Section 6.00         Notes and Thanks         search.thank     | 100% |
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| Section 1.00          ABOUT THIS FAQ         search.about                   |
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| Mission Statement - search.mission |
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   While looking around at a bunch of my old Game Boy games, I noticed that
   one of my favorites did not have a FAQ. Being the type of character that I
   am, I decided to write one for it. This is why Jeopardy: Sports Edition was
   written. In this FAQ I hope to fully cover extensively every question asked
   in the game, while also covering the basics of the game

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| Copyright Notice - search.copy |
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   This FAQ is copyright information of its author, Mike Truitt. Any attempt
   to use this FAQ in full or in part without consent of its author, Mike
   Truitt, is punishable. If you would like to use information from this FAQ
   or the FAQ itself on your website email the author, Mike Truitt. His e-mail
   address can be found in the "About the Author" section of the FAQ.

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| Searching Information - search.search |
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   This is my first attempt at using the search function implemented in one of
   my FAQs. You will notice that my each major section and subsection there
   will be the term search followed by ".xxx". This can be used to help
   navigate the FAQ easier. If you would like to skip ahead to one section,
   then simply use the Find function of the computer (Ctrl + F) and type the
   command listed. You should skip strait to where you would like to go.

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| About the Author - search.author |
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   My name is Mike Truitt. At the time of writing this FAQ I am eighteen years
   old and about to graduate my senior year in high school. I have been
   writing FAQs for a few years now, but have only done it as a hobby. I
   absolutely love this girl named Morgan Kennedy... kisses. If you would like
   to contact me, my e-mail address is miketru[at]earthlink[dot]net
   alternately my AIM screen name is myktru


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| Section 2.00          VERSION HISTORY        search.history                 |
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| Version Sizes - search.size |
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   Version                 1.00
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   Words                   xxxx
   Characters (spaces)     xxxx
   Characters (no spaces)  xxxx
   Paragraphs              xxxx
   Lines                   xxxx

   Sunday, March 14, 2004:      Size:   7.7 kb     Total Questions:  000
   Monday, March 15, 2004:      Size:  40.5 kb     Total Questions:  233
   Tuesday, March 16, 2004:     Size:  47.8 kb     Total Questions:  279
   Thursday, March 18, 2004:    Size:  63.8 kb     Total Questions:  396
   Friday, March 19, 2004:      Size:  81.0 kb     Total Questions:  521
   Saturday, March 20, 2004:    Size: 105.0 kb     Total Questions:  677
   Sunday, March 21, 2004:      Size: 146.0 kb     Total Questions: 1003
   Monday, March 22, 2004:      Size: 156.0 kb     Total Questions: 1083

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| Version History - search.history |
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  | Version 1.00 - Monday, March 22, 2004 - 156 kb |
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      Just started this FAQ. By the time it is submitted it will be complete
      to the best of my knowledge. If some more information comes about that
      I did not uncover, then I will certainly post it. This will also likely
      be the final formatting for this FAQ. I am likely to find questions that
      I have missed so there might be some additions there, but you will
      likely never even notice it.


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| Section 3.00          GAME BASICS            seach.basics                   |
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| Game Information - search.info |
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   Jeopardy! Sports Edition is based off of the popular game show, Jeopardy.
   Instead of the usual wide array of categories that the show and other games
   present, this version focuses solely on the sports genre, however the
   questions are much more in depth and trivial. Only the best of the best
   will know the answers.

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| Controls - search.control |
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   | Direction - Up    | Moves the cursor upwards when selecting letters,    |
   |                   | monetary amounts or character appearances.          |
   |                   | Buzzes in player one - When in a two player game    |
   |                   ·-----------------------------------------------------·
   | Direction - Down  | Moves the cursor downwards when selecting letters   |
   |                   | monetary amounts or character appearances.          |
   |                   | Buzzes in player one - When in a two player game    |
   |                   ·-----------------------------------------------------·
   | Direction - Right | Moves the cursor right when selecting letters or    |
   |                   | category titles.                                    |
   |                   | Buzzes in player one - When in a two player game    |
   |                   ·-----------------------------------------------------·
   | Direction - Left  | Moves the cursor left when selecting letters or     |
   |                   | category titles.                                    |
   |                   | Buzzes in player one - When in a two player game    |
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   | Start Button      | Pauses the game - Giving you have time to look the  |
   |                   | answer up :)                                        |
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   | A Button          | Confirmation when selecting a letter, appearance,   |
   |                   | category, or game mode. Buzzes in player one in a   |
   |                   | one player game                                     |
   |                   ·-----------------------------------------------------·
   | A Button          | Buzzes in player two - When in a two player game    |
   | B Button          | Buzzes in player two - When in a two player game    |
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| Game Modes - search.mode |
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   ·----------------·-------------·---------------·
   | VS. Computer   | One Player  | One Game Boy  |
   | Two Player     | Two Players | One Game Boys |
   | Game Link Play | Two Players | Two Game Boys |
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| Section 4.00          QUESTIONS              search.question                |
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| Table of Contents |
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 | This section will contain a large amount of information that will be very |
 | hard to format. For this reason I will rely heavily on the "Find" option. |
 | Just type the name of the of the category preceded by question.           |
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 |          REGULAR JEOPARDY QUESTIONS          | 213 |
 ·----------------------------------------------·-----·
 | 1987              question.1987              | 01 |
 | 1988              question.1988              | 01 |
 | 1992              question.1992              | 01 |
 | 1992 Olympics     question.1992.olympics     | 02 |
 | Abbreviation      question.abbreviation      | 03 |
 | Ages              question.ages              | 02 |
 | All-Star          question.allstar           | 01 |
 | Announcers        question.announcers        | 01 |
 | Auto Racing       question.auto.racing       | 03 |
 | Ballpark          question.ballpark          | 01 |
 | Baseball          question.baseball          | 05 |
 | Baseball Equip't  question.baseball.equipt   | 01 |
 | Baseball Facts    question.baseball.facts    | 01 |
 | Baseball Firsts   question.baseball.firsts   | 01 |
 | Baseball Hodge    question.baseball.hodge    | 05 |
 | Baseball Mosts    question.baseball.mosts    | 01 |
 | Baseball Numbers  question.baseball.numbers  | 01 |
 | Baseball Onlys    question.baseball.onlys    | 01 |
 | Baseball Records  question.baseball.records  | 01 |
 | Baseball Rules    question.baseball.rules    | 01 |
 | Baseball Teams    question.baseball.teams    | 01 |
 | Base. Position    question.base.position     | 01 |
 | Base. P'pourri    question.base.ppourri      | 01 |
 | Basketball        question.basketball        | 04 |
 | Bask. Firsts      question.bask.firsts       | 02 |
 | Bask. History     question.bask.history      | 01 |
 | Bask. Hodge       question.bask.hodge        | 01 |
 | Bask. Moments     question.bask.moments      | 01 |
 | Bask. Nickname    question.bask.nickname     | 02 |
 | Bask. Numbers     question.bask.numbers      | 01 |
 | Bask. P'pourri    question.bask.ppourri      | 03 |
 | Bask. Teams       question.bask.teams        | 01 |
 | Birthplaces       question.birthplaces       | 01 |
 | Books             question.books             | 01 |
 | Bowling           question.bowling           | 02 |
 | Boxers            question.boxers            | 03 |
 | Boxing            question.boxing            | 01 |
 | Boxing Champs     question.boxing.champs     | 01 |
 | Boxing Hodge      question.boxing.hodge      | 02 |
 | Boxing Nicknames  question.boxing.nicknames  | 03 |
 | Broken Records    question.broken.records    | 02 |
 | Bumps and Bruises question.bumps.and.bruises | 02 |
 | CFL Cities        question.cfl.cities        | 01 |
 | Championships     question.championships     | 01 |
 | Changed Names     question.changed.names     | 01 |
 | Cities            question.cities            | 02 |
 | Coaches           questoin.coaches           | 01 |
 | College Coaches   question.college.coaches   | 01 |
 | College Confrence question.college.confrence | 01 |
 | Colleges          question.colleges          | 01 |
 | Colors            question.colors            | 03 |
 | Commissioners     question.commissioners     | 01 |
 | Country           question.country           | 02 |
 | Defeats           question.defeats           | 01 |
 | Draft Picks       question.draft.pics        | 01 |
 | Dual Sports       question.dual.sports       | 01 |
 | Endorsements      question.endorsements      | 02 |
 | Equipment         question.equipment         | 04 |
 | Fan Clusters      question.fan.clusters      | 01 |
 | Female Athletes   question.female.athletes   | 01 |
 | Football          question.football          | 06 |
 | Football Coaches  question.football.coaches  | 03 |
 | Football Equip't  question.football.equipt   | 01 |
 | Football Firsts   question.football.firsts   | 03 |
 | Football Hodge    question.football.hodge    | 01 |
 | Football Infract  question.football.infract  | 01 |
 | Football Initial  question.football.initial  | 01 |
 | Football Mosts    question.football.mosts    | 01 |
 | Football Nicknms  question.football.nicknms  | 02 |
 | Football Numbers  question.football.numbers  | 01 |
 | Football Teams    question.football.teams    | 02 |
 | Football Terms    question.football.terms    | 01 |
 | Foot. P'pourri    question.foot.ppourri      | 02 |
 | Golf              question.golf              | 03 |
 | Golfers           question.golfers           | 01 |
 | Golf Clubs        question.golf.clubs        | 04 |
 | Golf Firsts       question.golf.firsts       | 01 |
 | Golf Greats       question.golf.greats       | 01 |
 | Golf Hodge        question.golf.hodge        | 01 |
 | Golf Location     question.golf.location     | 01 |
 | Golf Nations      question.golf.nations      | 01 |
 | Golf Nickname     question.golf.nickname     | 01 |
 | Golf Numbers      question.golf.numbers      | 01 |
 | Golf Scoring      question.golf.scoring      | 01 |
 | Hall of Fame      question.hall.of.fame      | 02 |
 | Heisman Winners   question.heisman.winners   | 01 |
 | Hockey            question.hockey            | 04 |
 | Hockey Hodge      question.hockey.hodge      | 01 |
 | Hockey Terms      question.hockey.terms      | 01 |
 | Hodgepodge        question.hodgepodge        | 08 |
 | Home Games        question.home.games        | 03 |
 | Horse Racing      question.horse.racing      | 03 |
 | Jersey Numbers    question.jersey.numbers    | 02 |
 | Jockys            question.jockeys           | 01 |
 | Leagues           question.leagues           | 02 |
 | Letters           question.letters           | 01 |
 | Logos             question.logos             | 02 |
 | Longevity         question.longevity         | 01 |
 | Managers          question.managers          | 02 |
 | Manufact.         question.manufact          | 01 |
 | Martial Arts      question.martial.arts      | 01 |
 | Mascots           question.mascots           | 01 |
 | Mem. Trades       question.mem.trades        | 01 |
 | Most In A Season  question.most.in.a.season  | 02 |
 | Movies            question.movies            | 03 |
 | Multi-tm cities   question.multi.tm.cities   | 01 |
 | Music             question.music             | 01 |
 | Musical Names     question.musical.names     | 01 |
 | MVPs              question.mvps              | 01 |
 | Name the Sport    question.name.the.sport    | 05 |
 | Names             question.names             | 01 |
 | Nickname          question.nickname          | 01 |
 | Nolan Ryan        question.nolan.ryan        | 01 |
 | No Hitters        question.no.hitters        | 01 |
 | Numbers           question.numbers           | 04 |
 | Num. of Players   question.num.of.players    | 01 |
 | Num. of Teams     question.num.of.teams      | 01 |
 | Olympics          question.olympics          | 02 |
 | Olympic Abbrev.   question.olympic.abbrev.   | 02 |
 | Olympic Cities    question.olympic.cities    | 01 |
 | Olympic Colors    question.olympic.colors    | 01 |
 | Olympic Country   question.olympic.country   | 01 |
 | Olympic Events    question.olympic.events    | 03 |
 | Olympic Location  question.olympic.location  | 01 |
 | Owners            questoin.owners            | 01 |
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 |          FINAL JEOPARDY QUESTIONS            | 18 |
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 | Acting            final.acting               | 01 |
 | Baseball          final.baseball             | 01 |
 | Baseball Hodge    final.baseball.hodge       | 02 |
 | Baseball Players  final.baseball.players     | 01 |
 | Baseball Quotes   final.baseball.quotes      | 01 |
 | Bask. Potpr       final.bask.patpr           | 01 |
 | Coll. Conf.       final.coll.conf            | 02 |
 | Coll. Standout    final.coll.standout        | 01 |
 | Dual Sports       final.dual.sports          | 01 |
 | Football Hodge    final.football.hodge       | 01 |
 | Golfers           final.golfers              | 01 |
 | Pick the Sport    final.pick.the.sport       | 02 |
 | Potpourri         final.potpourri            | 01 |
 | Rules & Regs      final.rules.regs           | 01 |
 | Tennis            final.tennis               | 01 |
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| 1987                  question.1987 |
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100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  In 1987, this placekicker was the NFL's only active player-lawyer
  A:  Chris Bahr
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This former Auburn forward was named NBA rookie-of-the-year in 1987
  A:  Chuck Person
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  She held every womans record between 800M and 10,000M in May
  A:  Mary Decker Slaney
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Boxing promoter Bob Arum wrestled with this promoter after the
      Leonard-Hagler fight
  A:  Don King
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This fell from Joe Niekro's pocket after an umpire suspected him of
      scuffing
  A:  Emery Board

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| 1988                  question.1988 |
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100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This AL East had a 24 game home winning streak in '88
  A:  Boston Red Sox
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This AL West team finished 33 1/2 games behind the Oakland A's in '88
  A:  Texas Rangers
300 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This minor league team set attendance records after a '88 movie
  A:  Duram Bulls
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The NFL's highest paid running back in 1988
  A:  Eric Dickerson
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He vetoed all of George Steinbrenner's efforts to trade him in '88
  A:  Dave Winfield

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| 1992                  question.1992 |
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100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  They set an AL record with 31 hits in a 9-inning game against the Blue
      Jays
  A:  Milwaukee Brewers
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This Boston Red Sox third baseman hit under .300 for the first time in
      '92
  A:  Wade Boggs
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This MLB team won the most games during the regular season
  A:  Atlanta Braves
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This governmental department spent $1 million on softballs in '92
  A:  Department of defense
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This NL baseball team's last place finish was its first in 87 years
  A:  Los Angeles Dodgers

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| 1992 Olympics         question.1992.olympics |
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100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The "Dream Team" played this sport in the '92 summer Olympics
  A:  Basketball
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This former country saw its athletes gather as the unified team
  A:  Soviet Union
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This country's baseball team beat the US twice at the Barcelona
      Olympics
  A:  Japan
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  She became the first female US gold medalist in figure skating since
      Dorothy Hamill
  A:  Kristi Yamaguchi
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This nation's speed-skater Ye Qaiobo won its 1st-ever winter Olympics
      medal
  A:  China

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  He and Patrick Ewing were the only two members of the Dream Team to foul
      out
  A:  Charles Barkley
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This was the home state for 25 percent of the US summer Olympic team
  A:  California
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He was the head coach of the Dream Team
  A:  Chuck Daly
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This country was welcomed back into the Olympic field for the first time
      since '60
  A:  South Africa
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This French skiing hero was co-president of the winter Olympics
  A:  Jean Claude Killy

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| Abbreviation          question.abbreviation |
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100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  XPA in football scoring summaries
  A:  Extra points attempted
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  GWG in Hockey
  A:  Game winning goals
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  FGA in basketball summaries
  A:  Field goals attempted
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  GBL in the standings
  A:  Games behind leader
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  SO in hockey statistics
  A:  Shutouts

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  A sign on a golf coarse reading "GUR" stands for "Ground Under..." this
  A:  Repair
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  A DH is this in baseball
  A:  Designated hitter
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  An extra point in football is referred to as this
  A:  PAT
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing is usually called
      this
  A:  NASCAR
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The International Race of Champions is known as this
  A:  IROC

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  PIM in hockey stats stands for this
  A:  Penalties in minutes
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The letters BJ on an NFL Official's uniform stands for this
  A:  Back judge (Yea, I bet it does ;)
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The letters HL on an NFL Official's uniform
  A:  Head linesman
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  FTM in a basketball box score
  A:  Free throws made
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  SHG atop a collumn of hockey statistics
  A:  Shorthanded goals

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| Ages                  question.ages |
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100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  In '87 this Houston Astros player was the oldest 2nd basemen in the
      major leagues
  A:  Davey Lopes
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The age of tennis whiz Steffi Graf when she turned pro
  A:  13
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The minimum age of golfers on the Senior PGA Tour
  A:  50
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Satchel Paige's age in his rookie season with the Cleveland Indians
  A:  42
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He set the 100M dash record in 9.86 seconds in '91 at the age of 30
  A:  Carl Lewis

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  Brian Piccolo's age when he died
  A:  26
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The age of a horse classified as a juvenile
  A:  2
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This baseball slugger celebrated its 100th birthday in 1984
  A:  Louisville Slugger (Ah! Clever)
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The average age of female Olympic competitors
  A:  20
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The average age of male Olympic competitors
  A:  24

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| All-Star              question.all.star |
·-----------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This pitcher won 27 games for a last-place club
  A:  Steve Carlton
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He had exactly 3,000 career hits
  A:  Roberto Clemente
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He holds the NL record for walking the most times
  A:  Joe Morgan
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  He was the first member of the Montreal Expos to suit up for an All-Star
      game
  A:  Rusty Staub
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He hit the first grand slam home run in a major league All-Star game
      history in 1983
  A:  Fred Lynn

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| Announcers            question.announcers |
·-------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This sports announcer boasted "I made Muhammad Ali"
  A:  Howard Cosell
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This broadcaster spoke of a team being "In the catbird seat"
  A:  Red Barber
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The voice of television's "This Week in Baseball"
  A:  Mel Allen
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This baseball announcer is known for asking: "How 'bout that, sports
      fans?"
  A:  Mel Allen
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Ralph Kiner once announced this former Mets baseball player as Gary
      Cooper
  A:  Gary Carter

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| Auto Racing           question.auto.racing |
·--------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  A car that drives in front of the race cars to start a race
  A:  Pace Car
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  When a car takes a break from the race for servicing and refueling
  A:  Pit stop
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This Allison suffered a fatal crash at the Michigan International
      Speedway in '92
  A:  Clifford Allison
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The only NASCAR Winston Cup driver to have won 200 races
  A:  Richard Petty
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This NHRA Winston Cup drag racer was the first to break the 300 MPH
      mark
  A:  Kenny Bernstein

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  In '86 he became the 1st driver to average over 170 MPH at the
      Indianapolis 500
  A:  Bobby Rahal
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This northern US state hosts the Marlboro 500 auto race
  A:  Michigan
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This US driver has won the Indianapolis 500 the most times
  A:  AJ Foyt
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The length, in hours, of the Grand Prix D'Endurance
  A:  24
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Emmerson Fittipaldi drank this when he won the Indy 500 in 1993
  A:  Orange Juice

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  In auto racing this pattern on a flag indicates the end of the race
  A:  Checkered
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He designed the controversial STP Turban racing car
  A:  Andy Granatelli
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This class of racing has all the cars at 1,290 or more pounds
  A:  Formula One
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This famed french racing circuit is 8.467 miles long
  A:  LeMans
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This is NASCARS premiere event
  A:  Daytona 500

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| Ballpark              question.ballpark |
·-----------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The number of fair balls hit out of Yankee Stadium
  A:  0
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This National League ballpark was once known as Weeghman Park
  A:  Wrigley Field
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This city's major league baseball field is three hours from Cleveland by
      riverboat
  A:  Pittsburgh
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This was the last major league stadium to have lights installed
  A:  Wrigley Field
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  It's "The House that Ruth Built"
  A:  Yankee Stadium

·-----------------------------------------·
| Baseball              question.baseball |
·-----------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This NY Yankee's 2130th consecutive game in '39 was also his last
  A:  Lou Gehrig
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The price of admission to a Cincinnati Redstockings game in 1869
  A:  10 cents
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He noted: I'm no different than anyone with 2 arms, 2 legs & 4,200 hits
  A:  Pete Rose (Let him in the hall!)
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  His '83 no-hitter was the 1st for a NY Yankee since Don Larson in '56
  A:  Dave Righetti
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Reggie Jackson was wearing this uniform when he hung up the bat it '87
  A:  Oakland Athletics

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This baseball philosopher had the most World Series hits with 71
  A:  Yogi Berra
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He played the most games for the Yankees
  A:  Mickey Mantle
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He was the first 40-40 man in baseball
  A:  Jose Canseco
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  He has won 363 games, the most for any left-hander
  A:  Warren Spahn
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He won the first Cy Young award in 1956
  A:  Don Newcombe

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  T-shirts sold outside Fenway gave this as the troubled Red Sox's magic
      number
  A:  911
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This catcher decided to retire in 1 at bat when he forgot the count &
      the score
  A:  Johnny Bench
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Nolan Ryan began pitching for the New York Mets in this decade
  A:  1960s
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This American League baseball team cap sports a "T"
  A:  Texas Rangers
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  Q:  Both Bob Gibson & this pitcher made Caesar Geronimo their 3,000th
      strikeout victim
  A:  Nolan Ryan

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  Q:  This 1st baseball team to pay players an avg salary of over $700,000
  A:  New York Yankees
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  Q:  A baseball player must have 40 of each of these to be a 40-40 man
  A:  Homers & Stolen Bases
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  Q:  ML pitchers committed this 416 times in the 1st 544 games of '88
  A:  Balks
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The last baseball team Tom Seaver tried to pitch for
  A:  New York Mets
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The number of scoreless innings played the '87 All-Star game
  A:  13

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  Q:  This Expo was the first player to steal 70 bases & drive in 70 runs in a
      season
  A:  Tim Raines
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This was Major League Baseball's only triple crown winner of the 1950s
  A:  Mickey Mantle
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This relief pitcher is credited with perfecting the knuckleball
  A:  Hoyt Wilhelm
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The term "Billy Ball" is attribited to this manager
  A:  Billy Martin
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  When he hit is 100th home run, Jimmy Piersall did this backwards
  A:  Ran around the bases

·------------------------------------------------·
| Baseball Equip't      question.baseball.equipt |
·------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  A baseball player puts his donut on this
  A:  His bat
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  It was worn by catcher John Montgomery Ward for the first time in 1875
  A:  Catcher's mask
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The Brooklyn Dodgers introduced these to the Major Leagues in 1941
  A:  Batting helmets
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This players baseball glove can be no more than 38 inches in
      circumfrence
  A:  Catcher
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The tiny ball in the center of a baseball is made of this
  A:  Cork

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Baseball Facts        question.baseball.facts |
·-----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  He compiled baseball's highest lifetime batting average of .424
  A:  Rogers Hornsby
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  Q:  The direction that most baseball fields face
  A:  East
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  Q:  This team won the World Series the last year the had Babe Ruth, but not
      since
  A:  Boston Red Sox
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This NL team's 106 losses in '88 were the the most in their '53-yr
      history
  A:  Atlanta Braves
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He led the NL in '87 in strikeouts & ERA, but had an 8-16 record
  A:  Nolan Ryan

·------------------------------------------------·
| Baseball Firsts       question.baseball.firsts |
·------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The last name of the 1st father & son in ML history to play on the same
      team
  A:  Griffey
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This NL team won the 1st World Series playe at night in '71
  A:  Pittsburgh Pirates
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The first pitcher to strike out 300 or more batters in 3 different
      seasons
  A:  Sandy Koufax
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The 1st ML player in the '60s to hit 4 homers in a game
  A:  Willie Mays
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This Cardinals base stealer was teh 1st player to bat in a MLB game in
      Canada
  A:  Lou Brock

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Baseball Hodge        question.baseball.hodge |
·-----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  They are called the firemen on the baseball team.
  A:  Relief Pitchers
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  Q:  This hometown provided Casey Stengel with his nickname.
  A:  Kansas City
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  Q:  A baseball "junkman" rarely throws this pitch.
  A:  Fastball
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  Q:  Baseball's Umpire-In-Chief stands behind this base
  A:  Home
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  Q:  This is the shape of a baseball infield
  A:  Square

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  Q:  His 1927 Yankees jersey garnered a record $363,000
  A:  Lou Gehrig
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  Q:  This first lady threw out the first ball for her favorite Cubs
  A:  Hilary Clinton
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The only MLB team whose name consists entire of non-English words
  A:  San Diego Padres
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This break in baseball action was instituted in 1880
  A:  7th inning stretch
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  Q:  When one person tosses up a ball and swings at it
  A:  Fungo

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  Q:  He won the American League batting title in 1992 & 1993
  A:  Juan Gonzales
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  Q:  He's the only baseball player to win the MVP Award in both leagues
  A:  Frank Robinson
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  Q:  The New York Yankees used to do this
  A:  New York Highlanders
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  Q:  In '72 he led the majors in wins with 27; in '73 he led the majors in
      losses with 20
  A:  Steve Carlton
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  Q:  He has an expressway named for him running by the Rangers' ballpark
  A:  Nolan Ryan

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  Q:  It's "Beisuboro" to a Japanese sports fan
  A:  Baseball
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  Q:  A Japanese baseball umpire means this when he yells "Auto"
  A:  Out
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  A Japanese baseball umpire means this when he yells "Seifu"
  A:  Safe
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The hand that Babe Ruth threw with
  A:  Left Hand
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Willie Mays said that this street game gave him his athletic skills
  A:  Stickball

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  Q:  Hank Aaron played his final major league game with this team
  A:  Milwaukee Brewers
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This annual baseball game was 1st played during the '33 Chicago World's
      Fair
  A:  All Star game
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This baseball poem was first recited in public by Dewolf Hopper in 1888
  A:  Casey at the Bat
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  A 91-yr-old Chicago fan turned thise on for the first time in 1988
  A:  Lights
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This met had hotstuff the lab, slider, the poodles & Ferguson the cat
  A:  Tom Seaver

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Baseball Mosts        question.baseball.mosts |
·-----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This major league pitcher won the most games in his career
  A:  Cy Young
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  Q:  This Cub great holds the record for the most grand slams in a season
  A:  Ernie Banks
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This pitcher had started games in 35 ML parks by the end of the '92
      season
  A:  Nolan Ryan
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This Tiger set more records than anyone in MLB history
  A:  Ty Cobb
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He holds the record for most strikeouts in a 9 inning game
  A:  Roger Clemens

·-------------------------------------------------·
| Baseball Numbers      question.baseball.numbers |
·-------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The number of outs in an inning
  A:  6
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The number of Major League Baseball teams who play home games in 
      California
  A:  Five
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The number of days in baseball's All-Star break
  A:  3
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The number of baseball players aboard if "The sacks are packed"
  A:  3
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The number of major league games that inventor Abner Doubleday attended
  A:  0

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Baseball Onlys        question.baseball.onlys |
·-----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  He is the only MLB player to hit 30 or more home runs in each of 15
      seasons
  A:  Hank Aaron
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  They are the only AL East team with a hand-operated scoreboard
  A:  Boston Red Sox
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He was the only player to play for the Boston, Milwaukee, & Atlanta
      Braves.
  A:  Eddie Matthews
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The only man to play 500 games with 4 teams: The Astros, Expos, Mets &
      Tigers
  A:  Rusty Staub
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The only major league player to serve in both World War I and World War
      II
  A:  Hank Gowdy

·-------------------------------------------------·
| Baseball Records      question.baseball.records |
·-------------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  He holds the record for most home runs hit in Tiger Stadium by a 
      visiting player
  A:  Babe Ruth
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  She holds the women's record for the longest baseball throw
  A:  Babe Didrikson
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He has the best career home-run ratio, hitting one every 11.76 times at 
      bat
  A:  Babe Ruth
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This hall of fame slugger has grounded into the most double plays
  A:  Henry Aaron
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This 300-game winner holds the career AL record for home runs by a 
      pitcher
  A:  Warren Spahn

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Baseball Rules        question.baseball.rules |
·-----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  A batted ball not swung at, but intentionally met with the bat
  A:  Bunt
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  Q:  This base coach usually gives signals to the batter
  A:  3rd
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  Q:  In 1973, this made its debut in baseball's American League
  A:  Designated Hitter
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  Q:  This baseball league was the first to adapt a helmet rule
  A:  National
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Two regularly scheduled games, played in immediate succession
  A:  Double header

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Baseball Teams        question.baseball.teams |
·-----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  Their troubled players to a course in "The art of dealing with media" in
      '86
  A:  New York Mets
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This AL team was purchased in '79 for $12 & '87 for $70 & '93 for $173
      million
  A:  Baltimore Orioles
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This NL team had an 8 member "College of Coaches" between '61-'65
  A:  Chicago Cubs
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The team the Yankees were playing when Roger Maris hit his 61st homer
  A:  Boston Red Sox
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This NL team won 38 of its last 49 games is in the '69 season
  A:  New York Mets

·----------------------------------------------·
| Base. Position        question.base.position |
·----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This baseball position is sometimes referred to as the short field
  A:  Shortstop
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This member of the baseball team is allowed to wear the longest glove
  A:  First Basemen
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The position that Geena Davis played in "A League of Their Own"
  A:  Catcher
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Lou Gehrig played this position
  A:  First Base
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This position was called the "Pecker" in 1830s when baseball was "Town
      Ball"
  A:  Pitcher

·--------------------------------------------·
| Base. P'pouri         question.base.ppouri |
·--------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This baseball position and the first baseman wear a mitt instead of a
      glove
  A:  Catcher
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This novelist said: "Baseball is a game played by idiots for morons"
  A:  F Scott Fitzgerald
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The number of career home runs that Hank Aaron hit
  A:  755
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  He holds the AL record for home runs by a switch hitter with 536
  A:  Mickey Mantle
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  In '83 he led the majors in wins with 24; In '84 he tied for the ML lead
      in losses
  A:  Lamarr Hoyt

·-------------------------------------------·
| Basketball            question.basketball |
·-------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  An NBA referee signals this by raising both arms over his head
  A:  3 Point Goal
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  Bob Lanier's shoe size
  A:  22
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  An NBA referee signals this with a downward pointing rotating index
      finger
  A:  Basket Interference
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The Golden State Warriors call this city home
  A:  Oakland
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This NBA player frequently shattered the backboard with his slam dunk
  A:  Daryl Dawkins

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  Q:  The number of times Wilt Chamberlain fouled out of an NBA game
  A:  0
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  At 6'5" he is the shortest man to win an NBA rebounding title
  A:  Charles Barkley
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This player led the NBA in rebounding five consecutive times in the
      1980s
  A:  Moses Malone
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This center was named to the All-NBA team a record 15 times
  A:  Kareem Abdul Jabbar
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Red Auerbach called him "The greatest backcourt man who ever played"
  A:  Bob Cousy

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  Q:  The Harlem Globetrotters regularly beat them
  A:  Washington Generals
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  Oscar Robertson played ball at this college
  A:  University of Cincinnati (w00t)
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Larry Bird played basketball at this college
  A:  Indiana State
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  In '50 Red Auerback passed up the chance to draft this Holy Cross star
  A:  Bob Cousy
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  They posted the worst record in NBA history with only nine wins
  A:  Philadelphia 76ers

·--------------------------------------------·
| Bask. Firsts          question.bask.firsts |
·--------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  He was the NBA's first black coach
  A:  Bill Russell
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This Kentucky school's team was the first to win NAIA, NIT & NCAA
      tournaments
  A:  Louisville
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Nat "Sweetwater" Clifton left this team to be the NBA's 1st black
      player.
  A:  Harlem Globetrotters
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The first NBA player to have over 200 steals & 100 blocked shots in a
      season
  A:  Michael Jordan
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The first non-guard to lead the NBA in assists
  A:  Wilt Chamberlain

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  Q:  This '60s and '70s great has the record for consecutive missed free
      throws with 10
  A:  Wilt Chamberlain
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The NBA term for 10 points, rebounds & assists in one game
  A:  Triple Double
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The number of goals scored in the first basketball game ever played
  A:  1
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This NBA team had to cancel a home game due to rioting in '89
  A:  Miami Heat
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This NBA team has the record for most consecutive losses to start a
      season
  A:  Miami Heat

·---------------------------------------------·
| Bask. History         question.bask.history |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This colorful coach holds the record for most NBA career victories
  A:  Red Auerbach
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This player scored 100 points in an NBA game
  A:  Wilt Chamberlain
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Balls from this sport were first used to play basketball
  A:  Soccer
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  In '84 he became the first black to coach an NCAA basketball champion
  A:  John Thompson
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This NBA team scored and gave up 100 pts in every game in the '81-'82
      season
  A:  Denver Nuggets

·-------------------------------------------·
| Bask. Hodge           question.bask.hodge |
·-------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  He was the NBA MVP in '81-'82 with Houston then traded, & won the award
      in '82-'83
  A:  Moses Malone
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He holds the record with most unsuccessful free throws in a game with 10
  A:  Wilt Chamberlain
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This team's world championship video was called "Untoucha-Bulls"
  A:  Chicago Bulls
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This basketball player had a role in the movie "Airplane"
  A:  Kareem Abdul Jabbar
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The number of seconds a pro basketball shot clock runs
  A:  24

·---------------------------------------------·
| Bask. Moments         question.bask.moments |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The only basketball player to lead the NCAA, ABA & NBA in scoring
  A:  Rick Barry
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This Bucks guard was called for delay of game in '88 at the free throw
      line
  A:  Ricky Pierce
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The only NBA Rookie of the Year to become an NBA Coach of the Year
  A:  Tommy Heinsohn
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The only NBA player to average double figures in points, rebounds &
      assists
  A:  Oscar Robertson
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  These 2 players surprised fans at the '88 NBA finals with  pre-game
      smooches
  A:  Johnson & Thomas / Thomas & Johnson

·----------------------------------------------·
| Bask. Nickname        question.bask.nickname |
·----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  He's called "The Mailman"
  A:  Karl Malone
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  They call him "The Dream"
  A:  Hakeem Olajuwon
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He's also called "Air"
  A:  Michael Jordan
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  You can address him as "Sir Charles"
  A:  Charles Barkley
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He's been called "Magic" more than his real name
  A:  Earvin Magic Johnson

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  Q:  The Los Angeles Lakers called this substitute Clark Kent
  A:  Kurt Rambis
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  Q:  This college basketball team is nicknamed The Tar Heels
  A:  North Carolina
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  Q:  This basketball player is referred to as DJ
  A:  Dennis Johnson
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  He's "Tark the Shark"
  A:  Jerry Tarkanian
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This Boston Celtic was nicknamed "Secratary of the Defense"
  A:  Bill Russell

·---------------------------------------------·
| Bask. Numbers         question.bask.numbers |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The number of basketballs available to each team for pre-game warmups
  A:  6
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  An NBA player is kicked out of the game after he has commited this many
      fouls
  A:  6
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The number of blacks that held down jobs on NBA rosters in the 1949-50
      season
  A:  0
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The number of years that Larry Bird played in the NBA
  A:  13
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The number of times the Celtics won their division during Larry Bird's
      tenure
  A:  10

·---------------------------------------------·
| Bask. P'pourri       question.bask.ppourri |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  It's former NBA superstar Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's favorite shot
  A:  Skyhook
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The NBA's Houston Rockets play their game in this arena
  A:  Summit
300 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The number of square feet an NBA backboard measures
  A:  24
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  His number-one recreational-sports video was title "Always Showtime"
  A:  Magic Johnson
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This NBA team hired Jerry Tarkanian as coach
  A:  San Antonio Spurs

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  Q:  This part of Larry Bird's anatomy caused him to quit basketball
  A:  His Back
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  Q:  The NBA Coach of the Year is named after this Boston Celtics fixture
  A:  Red Auerbach
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This Lakers guard broke the NBA record for career assist in April '91
  A:  Earvin Magic Johnson
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The name of Orlando's NBA Franchise
  A:  Magic
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Abe Saperstein's heirs sold this sports team for over $3 million
  A:  Harlem Globetrotters

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  Q:  This NBA team won 33 consecutive games in the early '70s
  A:  Los Angeles Lakers
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This court's standard dimentions are 94 feet by 50 feet
  A:  Basketball court
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This man played on championship teams in Milwaukee and Los Angeles
  A:  Kareem Abdul Jabbar
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Mike Krzyzewski coaches this eastern schools basketball team
  A:  Duke
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He struck down and seriously injured Rudy Tomjanovich of the Houston
      Rockets
  A:  Kermit Washington

·-------------------------------------------·
| Bask. Teams           question.bask.teams |
·-------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This NBA team went 40-1 at home during the '85-'86 season
  A:  Boston Celtics
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  They play their home games at Omni
  A:  Atlanta Hawks
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This state's ABA team was the Muskies
  A:  Minnesota
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This team became the second NBA squad to win 5 titles in a decade
  A:  Los Angeles Lakers
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This west coast NBA team only won 12 games in the '86-'87 season
  A:  Los Angeles Clippers

·--------------------------------------------·
| Birthplaces           question.birthplaces |
·--------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  He's the most famous boxer born in Louisville
  A:  Muhammad Ali
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  Q:  This Pennsylvania town is the birthplace of professional football
  A:  Latrobe
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Jose Canseco was born in this Caribbean country
  A:  Cuba
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This state gave birth to over half the players of the '80 US hockey team
  A:  Minnesota
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Patrick Ewing was born on this island
  A:  Jamaica

·--------------------------------------·
| Books                 question.books |
·--------------------------------------·

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  Q:  He wrote the book "Mr. Clutch" telling of his years with the Lakers
  A:  Jerry West
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He told all in "The Umpire Strikes Back"
  A:  Ron Luciano
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This famous race car wrote a book titled "They call me Mr. 500"
  A:  Andy Granatelli
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This NBA superstar told his story in "Giant Steps"
  A:  Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He knocked out "How to Hit a Golf Ball" in '40 & "Golf Begins at 40" in
      '78
  A:  Sam Snead

·----------------------------------------·
| Bowling               question.bowling |
·----------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  What a right-handed bowler calls a strike made by catching the head
      pin's left side
  A:  Brooklyn
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This score is a CC in ten pin bowling
  A:  200 (Roman numerals)
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  In ten pin bowling, this pin is nicknamed "The Widow"
  A:  Ten pin
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  On a bowling alley, this is 60 feet from the foul line
  A:  Head Pin
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The number of rows of pins in ten pin bowling
  A:  4

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The number of strikes in a perfect game of bowling
  A:  12
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The steps that are taken before releasing a bowling ball are called this
  A:  Approach
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The highest bowling score possible without throwing any strikes
  A:  190
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Avid bowlers refer to this pin as "Mother-in-law"
  A:  7
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  When this pin and the 7 are left standing they are referred to as "Mule
      Ears"
  A:  10

·---------------------------------------·
| Boxers                question.boxers |
·---------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This boxer called it quits in 1955 with a 49-0 record
  A:  Rocky Marciano
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He had not fought for 5 years when he upset Marvin Hagler in '87
  A:  Sugar Ray Leonard
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The first fighter to knock out Roberto Duran
  A:  Thomas Hearns
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  His wife was planning his 46th birthday party when his plane crashed
  A:  Rocky Marciano
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  During his pro career, he was knocked down only by Kevin Anthe
      Spoileron Howard
  A:  Sugar Ray Leonard

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  In '57 he lost his title to Gene Fullmer, regained it & lost it to
      Carmen Basilio
  A:  Sugar Ray Robinson
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  In '21 this heavyweight fought George Carpentier in the 1st $1 million
      gate
  A:  Jack Dempsey
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Joe Lewis defeated him to win is first heavyweight title
  A:  Jim Braddock
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  An injured rib cage forced him out of a fight against Evander Holyfield
      in '91
  A:  Mike Tyson
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This boxer was tried and acquitted of draft evasion in 1920
  A:  Jack Dempsey

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This boxer boasted manos de pierdra or hands of stone
  A:  Roberto Duran
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  In 1980, this boxer told Martin Scorsese "You've made me champ again"
  A:  Jake Lamotta
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He broke Muhammad Ali's jaw
  A:  Ken Norton
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  He fought Muhammad Ali in Zaire
  A:  George Foreman
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This boxer was a paratrooper in Hitler's army
  A:  Max Schmelling (That takes some balls to fight that guy)

·---------------------------------------·
| Boxing                question.boxing |
·---------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This boxer retired with the all time best winning percentage
  A:  Rocky Marciano
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The weight class that Cassius Clay fought in as an Olympian
  A:  Light heavyweight
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He lost his title because of resistance to the draft
  A:  Muhammad Ali
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The only boxer to have held the Heavy, Light-heavy & Middleweight titles
  A:  Bob Fitzsimmons
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He beat Jack Dempsey twice
  A:  Gene Tunney

·----------------------------------------------·
| Boxing Champs         question.boxing.champs |
·----------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This heavyweight boxing champ had the longest reign
  A:  Joe Louis
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He defeated Jersey Joe Walcott to become the heavyweight boxing champ
  A:  Rocky Marciano
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This boxing great was the second black to become world heavyweight
      champ
  A:  Joe Louis
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  He was the only boxer to win a world title five times at one weight
  A:  Sugar Ray Robinson
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He won the first heavyweight title fight
  A:  Gentlemen Jim Corbett

·---------------------------------------------·
| Boxing Hodge          question.boxing.hodge |
·---------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  He was the first boxer to defeat Muhammad Ali in a professional bout
  A:  Joe Frazier
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He won the first million-dollar boxing championship
  A:  Jack Dempsey
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The 1st boxer to hit his way to to titles in 4 weight categories
  A:  Tommy Hearns
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  He spoiled Joe Louis' boxing comeback bid in 1951
  A:  Rocky Marciano
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Cassius Clay's poems predicted this
  A:  Knockouts

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  John L. Sullivan knocked out most of his opponents with this hand
  A:  His right
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  Boxer Leon Spinks gained fame for driving without this
  A:  His licence
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Boxer Kid McCoy inspired this term meaning "The genuine article"
  A:  Real McCoy
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Muhammad Ali KO'ed Sonny Liston in this round
  A:  1st
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He reigned as heavyweight champ for 258 days in '90
  A:  James Buster Douglas

·-------------------------------------------------·
| Boxing Nicknames      question.boxing.nicknames |
·-------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  Featherweight boxing great known as "The Will o' the Wisp"
  A:  Willie Pep
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This boxer was known as "The Brown Bomber"
  A:  Joe Louis
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This boxer is also known as "The Louisville Lip"
  A:  Muhammad Ali
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This '80s boxing champ was nicknamed "Marvelous"
  A:  Marvin Hagler
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He was boxing's first "Great White Hope"
  A:  Jim Jeffries

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  Q:  This future heavyweight champion entered the ring at age 18 as Kid
      Blackie
  A:  Jack Dempsey
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  Rocky Barbella became this name for his ring career
  A:  Rocky Graziano
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He was Smokin' Joe
  A:  Joe Frazier
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This heavyweight boxer has been dubbed Neon
  A:  Leon Spinks
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This heavyweight boxing hopeful was dubbed Gentleman Gerry
  A:  Gerry Cooney

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  Q:  The pride of German pugilism was dubbed the Black Uhlan
  A:  Max Schmeling
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The nickname of boxer Ray Mancini
  A:  Boom Boom
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This storied boxer was dubbed "The Bronx Bull"
  A:  Jake Lamotta
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Muhhammad Ali dubbed this bald boxer "The Acorn"
  A:  Earnie Shavers (Typo with "Muhhamad Ali"!!)
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This former heavyweight boxing champion's CB handle is The Big Bopper
  A:  Muhammad Ali

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Broken Records        question.broken.records |
·-----------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  He hauled in 55 rebounds in November '60 to break Bill Russell's record
  A:  Wilt Chamberlain
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This Orioles Junior passed Stan Musial is consecutive games played in '87
  A:  Cal Ripken Jr
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Cardinal Bob Gibson broke his record in '68 when he posted a 1.12 ERA
  A:  Grover Cleveland Alexander
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Maury Wills broke his base stealing record when he swiped 104 in '62
  A:  Ty Cobb
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Wilt Chamberlain broke this St Louis Hawk's career scoring record
  A:  Bob Pettit

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  Rickey Henderson broke his stolen-base record
  A:  Lou Brock
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He broke Babe Ruth's single-season home run record
  A:  Roger Maris
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He broke Don Drysdale's 58-inning scoreless streak with 59
  A:  Orel Hershiser
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  He broke Gordie Howe's NHL career scoring record in his 11th season
  A:  Wayne Gretzky
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  In 7 yrs he broke the QB career rushing record that Fran Tarkenton set 
      in 18 yrs
  A:  Randall Cunningham

·--------------------------------------------------·
| Bumps and Bruises     question.bumps.and.bruises |
·--------------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  Sandy Koufax was afflicted with this and quit baseball at the age of 31
  A:  Arthritis
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This gave rise to the football injury "Turf Toe"
  A:  Artificial Turf
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  A "Banjoed" soccer player has been kicked here
  A:  Groin
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Dizzy Dean injured this during an All-Star game
  A:  His big toe
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This hall of fame jockey was paralized in a '91 traffic accident
  A:  Wilie Shoemaker

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  Q:  This US skier broke a leg during a '74 avalanche & on a slide in '75
  A:  Phil Mahre
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This sport is the greatest cause of eye injuries in the US
  A:  Baseball
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This hurdler competed at the '88 Olympic trials despite a broken arm
  A:  Greg Foster
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Over 175,000 softball players were doing this when they were injured in
      '87
  A:  Sliding
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He bounced his head off of the diving board in the '88 Olympics
  A:  Greg Louganis

·-------------------------------------------·
| CFL Cities            question.cfl.cities |
·-------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The Rough Riders are from this city
  A:  Ottawa
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The Eskimos hail from here
  A:  Edmonton
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This city is represented by the Argonauts
  A:  Toronto (WTF?)
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The Blue Bombers are from this city
  A:  Winnepeg
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The Tigercats represent this city
  A:  Hamilton

·----------------------------------------------·
| Championships         question.championships |
·----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  Since World War II, this college has won the most team championships
  A:  University of Houston (WTF?)
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This sport is contested in the ATP Championships
  A:  Tennis
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The only team besides the Yankees to win an AL pennant between '49 & '58
  A:  Cleveland Indians
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  She was the US Women's figure skating champion in 1976
  A:  Peggy Fleming
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  She was the US Women's figure skating champion in 1980
  A:  Dorothy Hamill

·----------------------------------------------·
| Changed Names         question.changed.names |
·----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This tennis player's original name was Richard Raskind
  A:  Renee Richards
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  Lloyd Free was known as this after he went global
  A:  World B Free
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This boxer changed his name to Marvelous in 1982
  A:  Marvin Hagler
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Cassius Clay changed his name to this before he changed it to Muhammad
      Ali
  A:  Cassius X
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This Los Angeles Laker legally changed the spelling of his first name
  A:  Mychal Thompson

·---------------------------------------·
| Cities                question.cities |
·---------------------------------------·

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  Q:  Rocky Balboa trained in this city
  A:  Philadelphia
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This city's NHL team is nicknamed the Penguins
  A:  Pittsburgh
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Minneapolis and this, its twin city, love the Minnesota Twins
  A:  St Paul
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  They lost an NL team in '66 & got an AL team when the Seattle Pilots 
      moved east
  A:  Milwaukee
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This city opened the $100 million Alamodome in 1993
  A:  San Antonio

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The 500 stock car race called the "Granddaddy of 'em all" is held here
  A:  Darlington South Carolina
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  Their fans cheered for the Pilgrims during the 1903 World Series
  A:  Boston
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This city's symphony played the wedding march at Wayne Gretzky's wedding
  A:  Edmonton
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This eastern US city made a pitch to the NCAA to host the "Crab Bowl"
  A:  Baltimore
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This Alabama city hosts the All-American Bowl
  A:  Birmingham

·----------------------------------------·
| Coaches               question.coaches |
·----------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This renowned college coach was named for an ancient American king
  A:  Ara Parseghian
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This former NFL coach took to pacing the sidelines in a 7-1/4 inch long
      oval hat.
  A:  Tom Landry
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He says that he bleeds Dodger blue
  A:  Tommy LaSorda
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  He coached Romanian gymnast Nadia Comaneci & American Mary Lou Retton
  A:  Bela Karolyi
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Paul Brown, Weeb Eubank & Bo Schembechler played for this Ohio college
  A:  Miami of Ohio

·------------------------------------------------·
| College Coaches       question.college coaches |
·------------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  He was the head coach of the Notre Dame football team in 1918
  A:  Knute Rockne
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  Joe Paterno tied this record in '86 with his sixth undefeated regular
      season
  A:  Paul Bear Bryant
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This Tennessee football coach resigned in '92 after 16 years at the
      helm
  A:  Johnny Majors
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This 3-time Super Bowl winner decided to become Stanford's head coach
  A:  Bill Walsh
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This Notre Dame coach died in a plane crash in 1931
  A:  Knute Rockne

·---------------------------------------------------·
| College Conference    question.college.conference |
·---------------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The college football conference that Missouri plays in
  A:  Big Eight
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This college football conference used to be called the Eastern League
  A:  Ivy League
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Michigan, Indiana & this state represent the Big Ten
  A:  Illinois
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Arkansas & South Carolina defected to this football conference
  A:  Southeastern
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  It included Arizona, Arizona State, Utah, BYU & New Mexico in '62
  A:  WAC

·-----------------------------------------·
| Colleges              question.colleges |
·-----------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This college coach said "A tie is like kissing your sister"
  A:  Paul Bear Bryant
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The first college player to gain 6000 yards rushing
  A:  Tony Dorsett
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Quarterback Jim Plunkett played college ball here
  A:  Stanford
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The nickname of South Carolina's football squad
  A:  Gamecocks
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The nickname of Big 10 back Howard Cassady
  A:  Hopalong

·---------------------------------------·
| Colors                question.colors |
·---------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This NBA club lists its colors as blue and green
  A:  Dallas Mavericks
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This NBA club colors are wine and gold
  A:  Cleveland Cavaliers
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Other than white, this is the most popular color on NBA uniforms
  A:  Red
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This NBA club's colors are purple, orange, copper & white
  A:  Phoenix Suns
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The color of a first place ribbon in a horse show
  A:  Blue

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This color stripe crosses a red flag to indicate that SCUBA divers are
      below
  A:  White
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This color armband distinguishes the speed skater in the outer lane
  A:  Red
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The overall leader of the Tour De France wears this color jersey
  A:  Yellow
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  These colors are direction markers on a downhill ski course
  A:  Green & Red
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The hitting surface of gloved used in international amateur boxing is
      this color
  A:  White

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The official lacrosse ball can only be orange or this color
  A:  White
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This color of shirt is prohibited in official table tennis competition
  A:  White
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The color of a bull's-eye in a competition archery target
  A:  Yellow
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The color of most racquetballs
  A:  Blue
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The color of the hull of the "Stars and Stripes"
  A:  Blue

·----------------------------------------------·
| Commissioners         question.commissioners |
·----------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  He was a descendent of Alamo defender Jim Bowie
  A:  Bowie Kuhn
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He replaced Peter Uberroth as commissioner of baseball
  A:  A Bartlett Giamatti
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This former sports commissioner's real first name is Alvin
  A:  Pete Rozelle
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  William Eckert replaced him as commissioner of baseball
  A:  Ford Frick
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This Wall Street layer was named commissioner of baseball in '69
  A:  Bowie Kuhn

·----------------------------------------·
| Country               question.country |
·----------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This country has won tennis' Davis Cup the most times
  A:  United States
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  Chi Chi Rodriguez played for this country in golf's 1987 Chrysler Cup
  A:  United States
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This country hosted the '44 football game dubbed the "Potato Bowl"
  A:  Ireland
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Their female caddies wore helmets after 500 were hit in the head
  A:  Japan
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This country's skiers have included Anton Steiner, Fran Gruber & Hans
      Enn
  A:  Austria

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This alpine country was the birthplace of bobsledding
  A:  Switzerland
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This country's international yachting designation is KC
  A:  Canada
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This country boasted more than 600 professional table tennis players in 
      1985
  A:  China
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This defunct country won the most world hockey championships
  A:  The Soviet Union / USSR
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This country has mounted the most challenges for the America's Cup
  A:  Great Britain / England

·----------------------------------------·
| Defeats               question.defeats |
·----------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This man lost two Masters playoffs
  A:  Ben Hogan
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He threw 42 interceptions while quarterbacking in Houston Oilers in
      1962
  A:  George Blanda
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This team lost the coin toss that allowed Houston to draft Ralph
      Sampson
  A:  Indiana Pacers
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The LA Lakers lost to this team 6 times in the NBA Finals in the '60s
  A:  Boston Celtics
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The Redskins beat this southern team to win their 1st Super Bowl
  A:  Miami Dolphins

·--------------------------------------------·
| Draft Picks           question.draft.picks |
·--------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This '92 NBA #1 draft pick's age was less than his size 21 shoes
  A:  Shaquille ONeal
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This Bull was chosen after Hakeem Olajuwon & Sam Bowie in the '84 NBA
      draft
  A:  Michael Jordan
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He was the New York Giants' first choice in the '81 NFL draft
  A:  Lawrence Taylor
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The first player ever selected in a AFL collegiate draft in '59
  A:  Don Meredith
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This Pittsburgh Penguin was the #1 draft choice in '84
  A:  Mario Lemieux

·--------------------------------------------·
| Dual Sports           question.dual.sports |
·--------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  He's been called "The best running back in Major League Baseball"
  A:  Bo Jackson
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This pro football team drafted Jack Havlicek
  A:  Cleveland Browns
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This NFL QB struggled for 7 yrs before winning a pro tournament on the
      Seniors Tour
  A:  John Brodie
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This former heavyweight ran the '83 NY City Marathon in 3-1/2 hours
  A:  Floyd Patterson (Damn! Fatman can run)
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This sprinter and future Cowboy great only lost 2 races in his career
  A:  Bob Hayes

·---------------------------------------------·
| Endorsements          question.endorsements |
·---------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  She dashed into a 7-Up commercial after her '88 Olympics win
  A:  Florence Griffith Joyner
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This aquatic athlete was pictured in a loincloth in American Express ads
  A:  Greg Louganis
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  NBA hoopster "Slick" Watts shaved his head with this brand of shaving
      gel
  A:  Edge
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This yachtman had '87 contracts with Ray-Ban, Wrigley's & Topsider
  A:  Dennis Conner
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This boxer was pictured in '88 ads for Right Guard "Sports Stick"
  A:  Marvelous Marvin Hagler

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This NBA star felt better with Ben-Gay rub before each game
  A:  Larry Bird
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The brand of footwear that John McEnroe stomped through temper tantrums
      in
  A:  Nike
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Magic Johnson performed his tricks in this brand of shoes
  A:  Converse
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This athlete's drink claims that it "Gives your body what it's thirsting
      for."
  A:  Gatorade
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This product lends its name to an award for relief pitchers
  A:  Rolaids

·------------------------------------------·
| Equipment             question.equipment |
·------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This piece of gymnastics equipment has a top bar, low bar, and guy brace
  A:  Uneven parallel bars
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  A gymnast is on this apparatus is he performs a crucifix
  A:  Rings
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This sport uses a side horse
  A:  Gymnastics
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  It's what the ball used in Jai Alai is called
  A:  Pelota
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Basket-like container used in Jai Alai
  A:  Cesta

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  Q:  Of a soccer ball or a volleyball, this one is heavier
  A:  Soccer ball
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This popular American sport uses a prolate spheroid
  A:  Football
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This sport's bat has a maximum length of 34 inches
  A:  Softball
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This ball has 108 stitches
  A:  Baseball
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This sport provides a machine to pick up what competitors knock over
  A:  Bowling

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  Q:  This pro sport uses a ball with fake seams
  A:  Basketball
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This part of a football field has a gooseneck and a crossbar
  A:  Goalpost
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Kareem Abdul Jabbar & James Worthy sported these on the court in '88
  A:  Goggles
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Martha Cruce made these for Kirk Gibson & Jose Canseco
  A:  Their bats
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  A Swedish player hit Canada's coach over the head with this at the '64
      Olympics
  A:  Hockey stick


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  Q:  This sport's balls were originally stuffed with boiled feathers
  A:  Golf
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This piece of equipment for a field event is 8'3" long and weighs 1-3/4
      pounds
  A:  Javelin
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This piece of track & field equipment is 8-5/8" in diameter
  A:  Discus
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The part of the fencing's foil referred to as the button
  A:  Point
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This Olympic projectile weighs 4 pounds, 6-1/2 ounces
  A:  Discus

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  Q:  This sport boasts a racket with outward pointing pimples
  A:  Table Tennis
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This stationary aid to sprinters was invented in 1927
  A:  Starting block
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Of a field hockey ball or a baseball, this one is smaller
  A:  Baseball
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This US professional sport's ball weighs a maximum of 15 ounces
  A:  Football
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Of baseball or softball, this one boasts the wider bat
  A:  Baseball

·---------------------------------------------·
| Fan Clusters          question.fan.clusters |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This baseball team's fans used to be known as "The flatbush faithful"
  A:  Brooklyn Dodgers
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This sports star's fans have been dubbed "McHale's Army"
  A:  Kevin McHale
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This former east coast team's fans were called the "Bleacher Bums"
  A:  Brooklyn Dodgers
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The Cleveland Browns' legion of fans are called this
  A:  Dawg Pound
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This NY Mets pitcher has fans gathered in the K corner
  A:  Dwight Gooden

·------------------------------------------------·
| Female Athletes       question.female.athletes |
·------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This female tennis player won the most consecutive matches with 74.
  A:  Martina Mavratalova
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The 1st to win a major stables race, she later married an old "hoofer."
  A:  Robyn Smith
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  She played basketball in the Olympics and with the Harlem Globetrotters
  A:  Lynnette Woodward
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The AP named her the "Athlete of the half century" in 1950
  A:  Babe Didkirson
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The track star was the first to receive the Jesse Owens award in '82
  A:  Mary Decker

·-----------------------------------------·
| Football              question.football |
·-----------------------------------------·

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  Q:  If a blocked punt is recovered by the receiving team in the endzone.
  A:  Touchdown
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  If the ballcarrier is tackled by the other team in his endzone.
  A:  Safety
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Players in the defensive backfield are called this.
  A:  Secondary
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The formation in which the quarterback takes a long snap 5-7 yards
      behind the ball.
  A:  Shotgun
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Prior to Phoenix and St. Louis, the Cardinals played in this city.
  A:  Chicago

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  Q:  The hand that Boomer Esiason throws footballs with
  A:  His left
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This legendary coach died 17 days after retiring
  A:  Paul Bear Bryant
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This wire service now waits until after the bowls to name their champ
  A:  AP
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This college football team's fans created the warcry "Sooiee!"
  A:  Arkansas Razorback Arkansas (? that is the given answer ?)
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This QB was named "Player of the Decade" in '69
  A:  Johnny Unitas

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  Q:  Garo Yepremian is from this country
  A:  Cyprus
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The number of points given for a field goal
  A:  3
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He once scored 40 points in a single NFL game with dropkicks
  A:  Earnie Nevers
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The longest field goal in NFL history
  A:  63 yards
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This Steelers' "Immaculate Reception" in '72 was made in his 1st playoff
      game
  A:  Franco Harris

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  Q:  These were first added to a football field for a Harvard & McGill game
      in 1874
  A:  Goal posts
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This football player scored 25 touchdowns in 1912 for Carlisle Indian
      School
  A:  Jim Thorpe
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The Beach Boys called this QB to the stage of Tampa Bay Stadium to sing
      backup
  A:  Vinny Testaverde
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The only kind of foul that can get an NFL player tossed out of a game
  A:  Personal foul
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Pro football quarterback Joe Ferguson had only one of these in the 1976
      season
  A:  Interception

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  Q:  Of 16, 36 or 56, the avg number of cleat-dents made per sq ft of turn in
      a game
  A:  56
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  Twenty-one of Agent Leigh Steinberg's clients play this NFL position
  A:  QB (1000th Question Typed!!!)
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  Q:  This president advised the Redskins coach which play to run in the Super
      Bowl
  A:  Richard Nixon
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This Michigan heisman trophy winner was shot down 3 times during WWII
  A:  Tom Harmon (1002nd Question Typed!!!)
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  Q:  The only part of a football field to have protective padding
  A:  Goalposts

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  Q:  This Dallas Cowboys QB popularized the shotgun formation in '76
  A:  Roger Staubach
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  Q:  They won 3 NCAA football championships between '83 & '89
  A:  Miami University
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  Q:  Alan, Joaquin, Luis, Max & Tony Zendejas played this position in the NFL
  A:  Placekicker
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  Q:  He won teh Butkus Awared & was 1st team Academic All-American the same 
      year
  A:  Brian Bosworth
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  Q:  Vance Johnson wrote these 2 words on the back of his shoes for defenders
  A:  Bye Bye

·-------------------------------------------------·
| Football Coaches      question.football.coaches |
·-------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  He coached the Redskins' first winning season in 14 years in '69
  A:  Vince Lombardi
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  Q:  He assumed command of Notre Dame's football team in '64
  A:  Ara Parseghian
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  Q:  The first NFL coach to utilize films of opponents' games for study
  A:  George Halas
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  Q:  The first coach of the Minnesota Vikings
  A:  Norm Van Brocklin
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  Q:  He had his team witness a castration before their game with the longhorns
  A:  Jackie Sherrill

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  Q:  He coached Notre Dame for 13 years posting a 105-12-5 record
  A:  Knute Rockne
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  Q:  The Georgia head coach who shed a tear when Herschel Walker turned pro
  A:  Vince Dooley
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  Q:  He succeeded John Madden as head coach of the Oakland Raiders
  A:  Tom Flores
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  Q:  He coached the Chicago Bears for 40 seasons
  A:  George Halas
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  Q:  He gave the famous "Win one for the Gipper" speech
  A:  Knute Rockne

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  Q:  This Ohio State coach threw a punch at Clemson's Charlie Wiliams
  A:  Woody Hayes
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  Q:  He was the first head football coach to win an NCAA championship & a 
      Super Bowl
  A:  Jimmy Johnson
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  Q:  This NFL head coach went to high school with Janis Joplin
  A:  Jimmy Johnson
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  Q:  He coached the team that won the first Super Bowl in '67
  A:  Vince Lombardi
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  Q:  He succeeded Tom Flores as coach of the Los Angeles Raiders
  A:  Mike Shanahan

·------------------------------------------------·
| Football Equip't      question.football.equipt |
·------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The number of cleats in a standard football shoe for grass
  A:  7
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  Q:  This piece of equipment became obligatory in the NFL in 1954
  A:  Face mask
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  Q:  These were eliminated from all NFL balls in 1976
  A:  Stripes
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  Q:  The NFL made this piece of equipment mandatory in 1943
  A:  Helmet
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  Q:  This Lions' & Steelers' QB was the was the last NFL player to refuse to
      wear a face mask
  A:  Bobby Layne

·------------------------------------------------·
| Football Firsts       question.football.firsts |
·------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This team won the first AFL Championship
  A:  Houston Oilers
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  Q:  The first NFL club to televise all of its games
  A:  Los Angeles Rams
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  Q:  The first indoor football game was held here
  A:  Madison Square Garden
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  Q:  He was the first black NFL head coach
  A:  Art Shell
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  Q:  This team won the 1st National College football championship
  A:  Yale

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  Q:  He was the first football player to rush a mile in a season
  A:  Jim Brown
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  Q:  In '78 he became the first black QB picked in the first round of the NFL
      draft
  A:  Doug Williams
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  Q:  This team played Army in the first televised college football game
  A:  NAVY
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  Q:  This was the first US university to build a football stadium
  A:  Harvard
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  Q:  This southern school's coach was the 1st to take a team to all 4 major
      college bowls
  A:  Georgia Tech

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  Q:  He was the first black to win the Heisman trophy
  A:  Earnie Davis
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  Q:  He was the first Olympian to play pro football
  A:  Jim Thorpe
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  Q:  This NFL team was the first to play its games in a domed stadium
  A:  Houston Oilers
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  Q:  He scrambled to become the first quarterback to score a Super Bowl
      touchdown
  A:  Frank Tarkenton
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  Q:  He was the first quaterback to guide his team to three Super Bowl
      victories
  A:  Terry Bradshaw

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Football Hodge        question.football.hodge |
·-----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  "Bear" Bryant's given name
  A:  Paul
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  Q:  This pro football team is named after a mode of travel
  A:  New York Jets
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  Q:  This onetime Oakland Raiders coach penned "One size doesn't fit all"
  A:  John Madden
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  Q:  This part of Lou Groza was cast in bronze for the football hall of fame
      in '66
  A:  His toe
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  Q:  The were termed the "Team of the 70's"
  A:  Pittsburgh Steelers

·-------------------------------------------------·
| Football Infract      question.football.infract |
·-------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The penalty of a football official has just called if he stands with
      arms akimbo
  A:  Offsides
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  Q:  An NFL referee is signalling this when he both hands to his shoulders
  A:  Loss of down
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  Q:  An NFL team is penalized this number of yards for Delay of Game
  A:  5
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  Q:  The penalty if the official waves on hand behind his back
  A:  Illegal forward pass
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  Q:  The penalty if an interior lineman moves after assuming a 3-point stance
  A:  False start

·-------------------------------------------------·
| Football Initial      question.football.initial |
·-------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The initials "NT" represent this position
  A:  Nose Tackle
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  Q:  The initials "HB" represent this position
  A:  Halfback
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  Q:  The initials "FL" represent this position
  A:  Flanker
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  Q:  The initials "DB" represent this position
  A:  Defensive back
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  Q:  The initials "MG" represent this position
  A:  Middle guard

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Football Mosts        question.football.mosts |
·-----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This NFL team holds the record for most consecutive losses
  A:  Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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  Q:  He has the record for most seasons with 1,00 or more yards rushing
  A:  Walter Payton
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  Q:  He holds the NFL career record for touchdowns scored
  A:  Jim Brown
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  Q:  He spent his 19 yr career as a Viking, the most anyone has been with 1
      team
  A:  Jim Marshall
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  Q:  This Brown had 308 consecutive pass attempts without an interception
  A:  Bernie Kosar

·-------------------------------------------------·
| Football Nicknms      question.football.nicknms |
·-------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  It was Red Grange's haunting nickname
  A:  Galloping Ghost
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  Q:  Grantland Rice nicknamed their 1924 backfield The Four Horsemen
  A:  Notre Dame
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  Q:  This NFL team boasted the no-name defense
  A:  Miami Dolphins
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  Q:  This New York Giants linebacker is known simply as LT
  A:  Lawrence Taylor
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  Q:  This Cornell rushing great was dubbed the Big M
  A:  Ed Marinaro

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  Q:  Dallas Cowboy's star quarterback Roger Staubach's nickname
  A:  Dodger
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  Q:  This NFL quarterback was dubbed "The Snake"
  A:  Ken Stabler
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  Q:  New York Jets wide reciever Johnny Jones is better known as this
  A:  Lam Jones
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  Q:  This storied New York Giants quarterback was dubbed "The Bald Eagle"
  A:  Y A Tittle
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  Q:  This Chicago Bear was called "The Whirlwind of the Plains"
  A:  Gayle Sayers

·-------------------------------------------------·
| Football Numbers      question.football.numbers |
·-------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The number of footballs the home team supplies for an NFL game
  A:  24
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  Q:  The number of time outs an NFL team can call per half
  A:  3
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  Q:  The number of points an NFL team scored if a referee high-fives himself
  A:  2
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  Q:  The number of two-minute warnings given in a regulation NFL game
  A:  2
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  Q:  The number of fingers Terry Bradshaw needs for his Super Bowl rings
  A:  4

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Football Teams        question.football.teams |
·-----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This NFL football team won 17 consecutive opening day games between 1965
      and 1981
  A:  Dallas Cowboys
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  Q:  The Jills Jingle for this NFL team
  A:  Buffalo Bills
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  Q:  This NFL team's defensive line was once known as the Purple People
      Eaters
  A:  Minnesota Vikings
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  Q:  The Sea-Gals cheer for this NFL team
  A:  Seattle Seahawks
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  Q:  The Derrick Dolls cheer for this NFL team
  A:  Houston Oilers

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Football Terms        question.football.terms |
·-----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The term for a quarterbacks change of play called over center
  A:  Audible
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  Q:  The area behind the offensive linemen where the QB stands to pass
  A:  Pocket
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  Q:  This NFL coach first coined the phrase "Game Plan"
  A:  Vince Lombardi
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  Q:  This NFL term was coined in '62 to define a defensive halfback
  A:  Cornerback
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  Q:  A kick that intentionally kicked low & makes the ball difficult to
      handle
  A:  Squib Kick

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  Q:  The touching of a loose ball in an unsuccessful attempt to obtain
      possession
  A:  Muff
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  Q:  The side of the offensive formation without the tight end
  A:  Weak Side
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  Q:  The term used to describe a player with at least one year of experience
  A:  Veteran
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  Q:  The long, underhanded toss, usually from a QB to a running back
  A:  Pitchout
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  Q:  Illegal grabbing or grasping of another player
  A:  Holding

·---------------------------------------------·
| Foot. P'pourri        question.foot.ppourri |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This is the only NFL team to go undefeated in an NFL season
  A:  Miami Dolphins
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  Q:  Until '89 he was the only coach the Dallas Cowboys ever had
  A:  Tom Landry
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  Q:  The number of NFL games played in the strike-shortened season of 1982
  A:  9
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  Q:  He QBed the first AFL team to a Super Bowl & '85 he made the
      Hall of Fame
  A:  Joe Namath
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  Q:  In '48 Fred Gehrke painted the first helmet logos for this NFL team
  A:  Los Angeles Rams

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  Q:  In the 1960's, NFL linebacker Mike Henry portrayed this swinging screen
      character
  A:  Tarzan
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  Q:  This NFL quarterback made Richard Nixon's White House enemies list
  A:  Joe Namath
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  Q:  The completion of the football adage: "A punt, a pass and ..."
  A:  Prayer
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  Q:  This entertainer annual presents the All-American team
  A:  Bob Hope
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  Q:  This onetime Oakland football coach penned, "Hey, Wait a Minute"
  A:  John Madden

·-------------------------------------·
| Golf                  question.golf |
·-------------------------------------·

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  Q:  In which major tournament is only one course ever used
  A:  Masters
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  Q:  The Amen Corner is located on this golf course
  A:  Augusta National
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  Q:  This golf course has the famous Road Hole as its 17th
  A:  St. Andrews
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  Q:  This golfer has played in the Masters 44 times, more than anyone else
  A:  Sam Snead
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  Q:  He holds the PGA Tour record for career wins with 84
  A:  Sam Snead

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  Q:  This amateur won the most British Opens
  A:  Bobby Jones
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  Q:  The lowest score ever shot over 18 holes by a golfer in PGA Tournament
  A:  59
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  Q:  The first golfer to win the Masters two years in a row
  A:  Jack Nicklaus
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  Q:  Golf great Jack Nicklaus studied this in college
  A:  Pharmacy
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  Q:  Golfers are asked to replace these
  A:  Divots

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  Q:  This is the third grand slam event on golf's calendar
  A:  British Open
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  Q:  This feature on a golf course is referred to as Egyption Bermuda
  A:  Sand trap
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  Q:  He was six titles in a row on the international golf circuit in 1986
  A:  Greg Norman
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  Q:  This golfer has won the most U.S. Tour events
  A:  Sam Snead
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  Q:  The number of holes in a round of golf
  A:  18

·----------------------------------------·
| Golfers               question.golfers |
·----------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This British golfer won his third British Open in '92
  A:  Nick Faldo
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  Q:  This golfer was the PGA Tour's leading money winner five times in the
      1970s
  A:  Jack Nicklaus
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  Q:  He defeated Arnold Palmer in a playoff in his 1st major tournament in
      '62
  A:  Jack Nicklaus
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  Q:  He was the leading money winner on the PGA Tour 5 times durng the '40s
  A:  Ben Hogan
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  Q:  This colorful golfer wore red socks while winning the '68 US Open
  A:  Lee Trevino

·-------------------------------------------·
| Golf Clubs            question.golf.clubs |
·-------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This golf club is used to hit the first shot on a long hole
  A:  Driver
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  Q:  This golf club is used on the green
  A:  Putter
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  Q:  This golf club was once called a "niblick"
  A:  9 Iron
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  Q:  Gene Sarazen invented this golf club in 1930
  A:  Sand Wedge
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  Q:  Golfer Ben Crenshaw refers to this club as "Little Ben"
  A:  His putter

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  Q:  The most used club in golf
  A:  Putter
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  Q:  This company manufactures Pro Staff golf clubs
  A:  Wilson
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  Q:  This club is used by a golfer to "Hit the Nickel"
  A:  Five Iron
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  Q:  Of a Four wood and One iron, this golf club has a greater angle of loft
  A:  Four wood
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  Q:  This golf club is called a Texas Wedge when used in an unusual situation
  A:  Putter

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  Q:  This golf club was once referred to as a Mashie
  A:  5 Iron
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  Q:  This golf club is called a driving iron
  A:  1 Iron
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  Q:  This club was once referred to as a spoon
  A:  3 Wood
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  Q:  This is called a driver
  A:  1 Wood
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  Q:  This club was once referred to as a baffy
  A:  5 Wood

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  Q:  This golf club was once referred to as a brassie
  A:  2 Wood
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  Q:  This was once referred to as a cleek
  A:  4 Wood
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  Q:  This club is called a lofter
  A:  8 Iron
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  Q:  This club is a jigger
  A:  4 Iron
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  Q:  This golf iron was once referred to as a mid-mashie
  A:  3 Iron

·--------------------------------------------·
| Golf Firsts           question.golf.firsts |
·--------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  He was the first to shoot a score lower than his age in a PGA tournament
      round.
  A:  Sam Snead
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  Q:  She was the first woman to make $1 million on the LPGA Tour during her
      career.
  A:  Kathy Witworth
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  Q:  He was the first man to win both the US Open and Senior Open
  A:  Arnold Palmer
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  Q:  In 1961 he became the first foreign-born player to win the Masters
  A:  Gary Player
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  Q:  In 1979, he won the first sudden-death playoff in Masters history
  A:  Fuzzy Zoeller

·--------------------------------------------·
| Golf Greats           question.golf.greats |
·--------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  In 1960, this player birdied six of the last seven holes to win at Cherry
      Hills
  A:  Arnold Palmer
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  Q:  He holds the record for most tournaments won in a year with 18
  A:  Byron Nelson
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  Q:  This golfer has appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated most
      frequently
  A:  Jack Nicklaus
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  Q:  He was the first man to make $1 million on the PGA Tour during his
      career
  A:  Arnold Palmer
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  Q:  He was the first man to make $5 million on the PGA Tour during his
      career
  A:  Jack Nicklaus

·-------------------------------------------·
| Golf Hodge            question.golf.hodge |
·-------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This golfer won eleven consecutive tournaments
  A:  Byron Nelson
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  Q:  This is Jack Nicklaus' nickname
  A:  Golden Bear
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  Q:  He has a PGA Tour even named after him & authored "Confessions of a
      Hooker"
  A:  Bob Hope
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  Q:  Rudyard Kipling painted his golf balls this color to play winter golf
  A:  Red
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  Q:  Golf's early birds are called "Dew-..." what
  A:  Sweepers

·----------------------------------------------·
| Golf Location         question.golf.location |
·----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The Masters golf tournament is played in this city
  A:  Augusta Georgia
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  Q:  More British Opens have been held at this course than anywhere else
  A:  St Andrews
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  Q:  This US state has the fewest golf courses
  A:  Alaska
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  Q:  The US state that is home to the Baltusrol Country Club
  A:  New Jersey
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  Q:  This Texas city hosts golf's Colonial Invitational
  A:  Fort Worth

·---------------------------------------------·
| Golf Nations          question.golf.nations |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  Seve Ballesteros was born in this country
  A:  Spain
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  Q:  Nick Faldo was born in this country
  A:  England
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  Q:  Bernhard Langer was born in this country
  A:  Germany
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  Q:  Sandy Lyle was born in this country
  A:  Scotland
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  Q:  Greg Norman was born in this country
  A:  Australia

·----------------------------------------------·
| Golf Nickname         question.golf.nickname |
·----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  He is known as "The Walrus"
  A:  Craig Stadler
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  Q:  He's "The White Shark"
  A:  Greg Norman
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  Q:  They call him "The Merry Mex"
  A:  Lee Travino
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  Q:  He's known as "Slammin'"
  A:  Sam Snead
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  Q:  He's called "The Hawk"
  A:  Ben Hogan

·---------------------------------------------·
| Golf Numbers          question.golf.numbers |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The maximum number of clubs you are allowed to carry in a golf match
  A:  14
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  Q:  The number of Masters jackets won by Arnold Palmer
  A:  4
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  Q:  The number of tee boxes traditionally in each golf hole
  A:  3
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  Q:  The number of golfers on each team in Walker Cup play
  A:  10
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  Q:  The number of strokes a golfer is penalized for grounding his club in a
      hazard
  A:  2

·---------------------------------------------·
| Golf Scoring          question.golf.scoring |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  Scoring one over par on a hole
  A:  Bogey
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  Q:  Scoring two under par on a hole
  A:  Eagle
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  Q:  Scoring one under par on a hole is called this
  A:  Birdie
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  Q:  Scoring three under par on a hole
  A:  Albatross
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  Q:  This score is a birdie on a par-4 golf hole
  A:  3

·---------------------------------------------·
| Hall of Fame          question.hall.of.fame |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The basketball hall of fame is located here
  A:  Springfield Massachusetts
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  Q:  The pro hockey hall of fame is located here
  A:  Toronto Ontario Canada
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  Q:  The college football hall of fame is located here
  A:  Kings Mill Ohio
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  Q:  This hall of fame pitcher played his entire career with the Yankees
  A:  Whitey Ford
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  Q:  This game boasts the oldest hall of fame in the US
  A:  Baseball

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  Q:  He was the first jewish baseball hall of famer
  A:  Hank Greenberg
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  Q:  The only tight end in the pro hall of fame
  A:  Mike Ditka
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  Q:  The first black player elected to the baseball hall of fame in
      Cooperstown
  A:  Jackie Robinson
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  Q:  She was the first gymnast elected to the Olympic hall of fame
  A:  Mary Lou Retton
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  Q:  The 1st latin player elected to the hall of fame in Cooperstown
  A:  Roberto Clemente

·------------------------------------------------·
| Heisman Winners       question.heisman.winners |
·------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This quarterback was Navy's second Heisman trophy winner
  A:  Roger Staubach
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  Q:  He first played college ball at San Francisco Junior College
  A:  OJ Simpson
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  Q:  This Notre Dame QB won despite playing only 50 min his first two years
  A:  John Haurte
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  Q:  This RB's wife gave birth the night before he won the Heisman trophy
  A:  OJ Simpson
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  Q:  This Oregon State winner was on the President's Commission of Campus
      Unrest
  A:  Terry Baker

·---------------------------------------·
| Hockey                question.hockey |
·---------------------------------------·

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  Q:  He coached the 1980 US Olympic hockey team to the gold.
  A:  Herb Brooks
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  Q:  He is the only goalie in the NHL whose name includes all five vowels.
  A:  John Vanbiesbrouck
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  Q:  The only US player on a gold medal & Stanley Cup team in the same year.
  A:  Ken Morrow
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  Q:  This hockey essential is made of vulcanized rubber
  A:  Puck
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  Q:  Toe Blake won the Stanley Cup this many times in his first 5 years with
      the Canadians.
  A:  5

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  Q:  This NHL club won the season title each year from 1949 through 1955
  A:  Detroit Red Wings
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  Q:  The only player to win the Hart, Lady Byng & Art Ross trophies in the
      same year
  A:  Stan Mikita
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  Q:  Referees in professional hockey used these before whistles
  A:  Bells
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  Q:  This hockey team holds the record for most minutes of penalties
  A:  Philadelphia Flyers
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  Q:  The number of goals that one player must score in one game to have a
      "Hat Trick"
  A:  3

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  Q:  This NHL player scored the most points in a season
  A:  Wayne Gretzky
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  Q:  He was the first marksman to win four consecutive NHL scoring
      championships
  A:  Gordie Howe
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  Q:  This is done to NHL pucks before a game
  A:  Frozen
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  Q:  The number of NHL teams to qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs
  A:  16
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  Q:  The number of games in an NHL regular season
  A:  80

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  Q:  The number of officials during a hockey game
  A:  3
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  Q:  This hockey player was called the "Golden Jet"
  A:  Bobby Hull
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  Q:  Bobby Orr ended his career as a part of this team
  A:  Chicago Black Hawks
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  Q:  Credited to the 1 or 2 players who touch the puck before a 3rd player
      scores
  A:  Assist
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  Q:  The first female to get a tryout with an NHL team, tried out for this
      position
  A:  Goalie

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  Q:  This caused play to halt 5 times in the 2nd period of an '88 Stanley Cup 
      Final
  A:  Fog
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  Q:  The only US-based team to win the Stanley Cup in the '60s
  A:  Chicago Black Hawks
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  Q:  Goalie Jacques Plante was the first to don this protective gear
  A:  Mask
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  Q:  This team won 4 consecutive Stanley Cups from '80-'83
  A:  New York Islanders
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  Q:  This NHL team has appeared in 31 Stanley Cup championships
  A:  Montreal Canadiens

·---------------------------------------------·
| Hockey Hodge          question.hockey.hodge |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This NHL player won eight straight MVP awards
  A:  Wayne Gretzky
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  Q:  The number of minutes in a perion in professional hockey
  A:  20
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  Q:  During the 1981-82 NHL season they went 33-3-4 in Nassau Coliseum
  A:  New York Islanders
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  Q:  This cartoonist was inducted into the US Hockey Hall of Fame in '93
  A:  Charles Schulz
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  Q:  Guy Lafleur came back with this NY NHL team after a 4 yr retirement
  A:  New York Rangers

·---------------------------------------------·
| Hockey Terms          question.hockey.terms |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  The red line that goes from board to board at each end of a hockey ring
  A:  Goal Line
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  Q:  Also called the biscuit on a hockey rink
  A:  Puck
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  Q:  When one hockey team has more players on the ice than the other team
  A:  Power play
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  Q:  To block the opponent into the boards or onto the ice
  A:  Check
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  Q:  When the referee drops the puck between two players to start play
  A:  Face Off

·-------------------------------------------·
| Hodgepodge            question.hodgepodge |
·-------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  Of baseball and football, this sports strike lasted longer
  A:  Football
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  Q:  This city is home to Churchill Downs
  A:  Louisville
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  Q:  This sports venue is located atop the Pennsylvania Railroad station
  A:  Madison Square Garden
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  Q:  A badminton shuttlecock is named after this animal.
  A:  Bird
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  Q:  He was convicted of making illegal contributions for Nixon's re-election
      In '74.
  A:  George Steinbrenner

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  Q:  The first US vs Canada curling match was held on this great lake
  A:  Lake Erie
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  Q:  She became the first black world women's figure skating champoin in '86
  A:  Debi Thomas
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  Q:  The Philadelphia Atoms and the Dallas Tornado played this sport in the
      '70s
  A:  Soccer
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  Q:  This sport causes 18,000 facial injuries each year in the US kids aged 5
      to 14
  A:  Baseball
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  Q:  This league suffered the longest player strike in pro sports history
  A:  NFL

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  Q:  This British skating duo's first name are Jayne and Christopher
  A:  Torvill & Dean
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  Q:  The number of points needed to win a game of table tennis
  A:  21
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  Q:  This sport allows a player to "Lift, Clean & Place"
  A:  Golf
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  Q:  A lifesaver should use this swimming stroke during a hair or chin carry
  A:  Sidestroke
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  Q:  This royal equestrienne was Britain's BBC Sports personality of the year
      in '71
  A:  Princess Anne

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  Q:  The Florida Citrus Bowl football game was previously named for this
      fruit
  A:  Tangerine
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  Q:  Water-loving competitors in Australia's moomba masters sport these on
      their feet
  A:  Water skis
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  Q:  Oliver Cromwell was denounced for playing this "Disreputable game"
  A:  Cricket
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  Q:  The color ribbon usually awarded for second place
  A:  Red
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  Q:  This type of Olympic swimming races start in the water
  A:  Backstroke races

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  Q:  Japan's Mrs. Junko Tabei was the first woman to climb this
  A:  Mount Everest
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  Q:  The two major types of competitive ice skating
  A:  Figure and speed
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  Q:  The 3 basic bets in horse racing, in order
  A:  Win Place Show
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  Q:  The device that holds the ski boot to the ski
  A:  Binding
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  Q:  The number of skaters needed for a roller derby team
  A:  5

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  Q:  The number of bowling pins that face you when you've left a "Bread Line"
  A:  4
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  Q:  These are raced in Alaska's iditarod
  A:  Dogs
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  Q:  Mathew Webb was the first to swim this european body of water in 1875
  A:  English Channel
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  Q:  The number of approach steps usually taken before a bowling ball is
      delivered
  A:  4
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  Q:  The color of felt on most pool tables
  A:  Green

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  Q:  This U.S. yacht won the Hundred Guineas Cup in 1851
  A:  America
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  Q:  In the mid-1960's, 3.5 million Americans were racing this type of car
  A:  Slot car
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  Q:  This is held on the second Saturday of August at Derby Downs in Akron,
      Ohio
  A:  Soap Box Derby
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  Q:  This country's soccer team scored its first goal against Italy in 58
      years in '92
  A:  US
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  Q:  The 1st to say it's "Not that you won or lost but how you played the
      game"
  A:  Grantland Rice

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  Q:  Of men or women, they have more players on a lacrosse team
  A:  Women
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  Q:  This Japanese art features contestants in protective armor wielding
      bamboo swords
  A:  Kendo
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  Q:  Roman emperor Theodosius I banned these competitions
  A:  Olympic Games
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  Q:  This US cyclist became the first non-European to win the Tour de France
  A:  Greg Lemond
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  Q:  Bill Russell coached this NBA team
  A:  Seattle Supersonics

·--------------------------------------------·
| Home Games             question.home.games |
·--------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This pro football team plays games in the Joe Robbie stadium
  A:  Dolphins
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  Q:  This college basketball team plays its home games in the Rosemont
      Horizon
  A:  Depaul
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  Q:  The Milwaukee Brewers play their home games in this stadium
  A:  Milwaukee County Stadium
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  Q:  This NFL team plays its home games in the world's largest indoor
      stadium
  A:  New Orleans Saints
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  Q:  This NBA team started playing home games in the Delta Center in 1991
  A:  Utah Jazz

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  Q:  The California Angels play their home games in this county
  A:  Orange County
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  Q:  The Texas Rangers play their home games in this city
  A:  Arlington Texas
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  Q:  This baseball team plays their home games in Municipal Stadium
  A:  Cleveland Indians
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  Q:  This NFL team plays home games at Soldier Field
  A:  Chicago Bears
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  Q:  This NFL team plays home games in the Kingdome
  A:  Seattle Seahawks

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  Q:  This Major League Baseball team plays its home games in Flushing
  A:  New York Mets
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  Q:  This NBA team plays home games at the Hemisfair Arena
  A:  San Antonio Spurs
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  Q:  This NBA team plays home games in the Salt Palace
  A:  Utah Jazz
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  Q:  This NFL team plays its home games in Riverfront Stadium
  A:  Cincinnati Bengals (Who Dey?)
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  Q:  This team's home court was the venue for the first NBA All-Star game in
      1951
  A:  Boston Celtics

·---------------------------------------------·
| Horse Racing          question.horse.racing |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  Of Pacers and Trotters, they normally run faster.
  A:  Pacers
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  Q:  This kind of harness racing horses move both right legs forward at the
      same time.
  A:  Pacers
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  Q:  In '72 this was the first 2 year old named horse of the year.
  A:  Secratariat
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  Q:  These racing horses wear hopples.
  A:  Pacers
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  Q:  The first horse to win the triple crown
  A:  Sir Barton

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  Q:  This was the only race that Broker's Tip ever won
  A:  Kentucky Derby
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  Q:  This was the only undefeated horse to win the Kentucky Derby
  A:  Seattle Slew
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  Q:  The Preakness, Kentucky Derby & Belmont Stakes comprise this
  A:  Triple Crown
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  Q:  The term for a thoroughbred's daddy
  A:  Sire
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  Q:  On May 2, 1970 Dianne Crump was the first female to compete is this race
  A:  Kentucky Derby

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  Q:  This famed English race course was founded by Queen Anne in 1711
  A:  Ascot
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  Q:  The term "Quarter" in quarterhorse is short for this
  A:  Quarter mile
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  Q:  A racehorse's official birthday is this date
  A:  January 1
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  Q:  This racehorse won the triple crown the year after Seattle Slew
  A:  Affirmed
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  Q:  The fastest gait of a horse
  A:  Gallop

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Jersey Numbers        question.jersey.numbers |
·-----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  Larry Bird's number
  A:  33
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  Q:  Willey McCovey, John Riggins and Hank Aaron all wore this number
  A:  44
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  Q:  Elston Howard, Sandy Koufax, Jim Brown and Gale Sayers all wore this
      number
  A:  32
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  Q:  New York Mets pitcher Sid Fernandez wore this number in honor of his
      native Hawaii
  A:  50
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  Q:  He wore #2 at home, #4 on the road for the Rocketsbecause number #24 was
      issued
  A:  Rick Barry

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  Q:  This was Wilt Chamberlain's jersey number
  A:  13
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  Q:  This was Oscar Robertson's jersey number
  A:  1
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  Q:  This was Magic Johnson's jersey number
  A:  32
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  Q:  The number bruising NFL runner Earl Campbell wore
  A:  34
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  Q:  The number Michael Jordan wore
  A:

·----------------------------------------·
| Jockys                question.jockeys |
·----------------------------------------·

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  Q:  He rode Alysheba to Derby and Preakness wins in 1987
  A:  Chris McCarron
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  Q:  This jocky won 17 triple crowns
  A:  Edie Arcaro
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  Q:  He rode Sunday Silence to Derby and Preakness wins in 1989
  A:  Pat Valenzuela
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  Q:  This teenager rode King of Swat to a last place finish in his first race
  A:  Steve Cauthen
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  Q:  He notched his 4th Kentucky Derby win Abroad Ferdinand
  A:  Willie Shoemaker

·----------------------------------------·
| Leagues               question.leagues |
·----------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This sports league signed a five-year, $2 billion contract in 1982
  A:  National Football League
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  Q:  Norris, Patrick, Adams & Smythe make up the four divisions in this
      league.
  A:  National Hockey League
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  Q:  Campbell and Wales are conferences in this league
  A:  National Hockey League
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  Q:  This league once had the Providence Steam Rollers & Duluth Eskimos
  A:  NFL
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  Q:  This pro sports league competes every year for the Larry O'Brien trophy
  A:  NBA

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  Q:  This league signed a $3.64 billion deal over 4 yrs with 5 networks in
      '90
  A:  NFL
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  Q:  The only major US sports league to hold the All-Star game after the
      season
  A:  NFL
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  Q:  Their original teams included Hartform, Philadelphia, Boston, Houston,
      St Louis & New York
  A:  NL
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  Q:  The Pittsburgh Pipers played in this pro sports league
  A:  American Basketball Association
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  Q:  This pro football league challenged the AFL and the NFL in '66
  A:  Continental Football League

·-------------------------------------------·
| Letters               question.letters    |
·-------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This letter indicates a strikeout on a baseball scorecard
  A:  K
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  Q:  This letter denotes the least-skilled classification in racquetball
      tournament play.
  A:  C
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  Q:  This letter adorns the front of the Detroit Tiger's home baseball
      Uniforms.
  A:  D
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  Q:  This football formation aligns the RBS in single formation behind the
      QB.
  A:  I Formation
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  Q:  The Draft Classification of the entire St. Louis Browns in '44
  A:  4F

·--------------------------------------·
| Logos                 question.logos |
·--------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This is the only NFL team without a logo on its helmet
  A:  Browns
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  Q:  It is the name of the emblem on the New Orleans Saints' helmets
  A:  Fleur de Lis
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  Q:  He was used as a model for the official NBA logo
  A:  Jerry West
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  Q:  This sits atop the bat on the New York Yankee's crest
  A:  Tophat
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  Q:  This NFL team's helmets feature three hypocycloids in the logo
  A:  Steelers

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  Q:  The Indianapolis Colts have this on the side of their helmets
  A:  Horseshoes
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  Q:  The wing in the Detroit Redwings' NHL crest emanates from this
  A:  Wheel
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  Q:  The color of the maple leaf on the Toronto Blue Jays' caps
  A:  Red
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  Q:  These appear on the Minnesota Vikings helmet
  A:  Horns
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  Q:  It's worn over the Raiders' warrior's right eye on the team's helmets
  A:  Patch

·------------------------------------------·
| Longevity             question.longevity |
·------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This football player's career encompassed parts of four decades
  A:  George Blanda
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  Q:  This pro hockey players career spanned five decades
  A:  Gordie Howe
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  Q:  He announced that he would play in '93 for a ML record 27th season
  A:  Nolan Ryan
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  Q:  He began his 50th season as Grambling's football coach in '92
  A:  Eddie Robinson
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  Q:  He played in his 36th US Open in '92
  A:  Jack Nicklaus

·-----------------------------------------·
| Managers              question.managers |
·-----------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This baseball legend was the first manager of the Texas Rangers
  A:  Ted Williams
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  Q:  The first major league team Billy Martin managed
  A:  Minnesota Twins
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  Q:  This baseball manager won a $100 bet by eating an 84-pound watermelon
  A:  Tommy Lasorta (Ha ha ha)
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  Q:  He became the first manager of the Colorado Rockies
  A:  Don Baylor
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  Q:  He submitted a lineup with Lou Gehrig and Ted Williams for the Brewers
      in '87
  A:  Tom Trebelhorm

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  Q:  This future manager-of-the-year lost 24 games as a pitcher for the Mets
      in '62
  A:  Roger Craig
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  Q:  This managerial genius slugged Dave Boswell, one of his own pitchers,
      in '69
  A:  Billy Martin
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  Q:  He managed major league baseball player Cal Ripken Jr from 1987 to 1992
  A:  Cal Ripkin Sr
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  Q:  He managed the first baseball team to win five consecutive pennants
  A:  Casey Stengel
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  Q:  He was the first manager of the New York Mets
  A:  Casey Stengel

·-----------------------------------------·
| Manufact.             question.manufact |
·-----------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This company makes the official Major League Baseballs
  A:  Rawlings
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  Q:  This brand of balls is used by more PGA Tour pros than any other
  A:  Titleist
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  Q:  This company makes Dot golf balls
  A:  Spalding
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  Q:  This company makes Top-Flight golf balls
  A:  Spalding
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  Q:  This company makes Maxfli golf balls
  A:  Dunlop

·---------------------------------------------·
| Martial Arts          question.martial.arts |
·---------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This martial art's name means "Empty hand" in English
  A:  Karate
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  Q:  The color worn by a beginner in Judo
  A:  White
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  Q:  In Judo, this is the color belt above brown
  A:  Blue
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  Q:  It is the color belt between orange and blue in North American judo
  A:  Green
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  Q:  This Chinese art of self-defense
  A:  Kung Fu

·----------------------------------------·
| Mascots               question.mascots |
·----------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This ferocious animal is the most popular nickname for college football
      teams
  A:  Tiger
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  Q:  Judge, the mascot of Baylor's football team, is this kind of animal
  A:  Bear
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  Q:  This professional team's mascot is a chicken
  A:  Padres
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  Q:  Ted Giannoulas portrays this famous "mascot"
  A:  San Diego Chicken
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  Q:  This mythical creature is the mascot for the University of Kansas
  A:  Jayhawk

·-------------------------------------------·
| Mem. Trades           question.mem.trades |
·-------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  They traded a minor league catcher to the Atlanta Crackers for an
      announcer in '48
  A:  Brooklyn Dodgers
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  Q:  In '89 the Dallas Cowboys traded this running back for up to 12 players
  A:  Herschel Walker
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  Q:  He was traded from the Cubs to the Tigers & back in the '87 season
  A:  Dickie Noles
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  Q:  Charles Barkley left this NBA team for the Phoenix Suns
  A:  76ers
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  Q:  His NBA trade inspired the Philadelphia headline: "The mouth goes south"
  A:  Charles Barkley

·-------------------------------------------------·
| Most In A Season      question.most.in.a.season |
·-------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This Redskin had the most receptions in a single season with 106 in '84
  A:  Art Monk
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  Q:  This Giant kicked the most field goals in a season with 35 in '83
  A:  Ali Haji Sheikh
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  Q:  He had the most sacks in a season with 22 as a Jet in '84
  A:  Mark Gastineau
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  Q:  He completed the most passes in a season with 404 as an Oiler in 1991
  A:  Warren Moon
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  Q:  This Ram caught the most interceptions in a season with 14 in '52
  A:  Dick Night Train Lane

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  Q:  This Oiler QB had the most pass attempts in a single season with 665 in
      '91
  A:  Warren Moon
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  Q:  This Packer scored the most points in a single season with 176 in '60
  A:  Paul Hornung
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  Q:  This Redskin had the most touchdowns in a single season with 24 in '83
  A:  John Riggins
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  Q:  He gained the most yards rushing in a season with 2,105 as a Ram in '84
  A:  Eric Dickerson
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  Q:  This Dolphin passed for most yards in a season with 5,084 in '84
  A:  Dan Marino

·---------------------------------------·
| Movies                question.movies |
·---------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This boxer was originally slated to oppose Sylvester Stalone in "Rocky"
  A:  Joe Frasier
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  Q:  The gridiron warrior who was the subject of the movie "Fighting Back"
  A:  Rocky Bleier
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  Q:  He portrayed Alex Karras in the movie "Paper Lion"
  A:  Alex Karras
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  Q:  This movie was set against Super Bowl X
  A:  Black Sunday
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  Q:  Tom Cruise tried to win a scholarship to escape his small town in this
      '83 movies
  A:  All the Right Moves

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  Q:  Wareen Beatty played a pro football player for this team in "Heaven can
      Wait"
  A:  Los Angeles Rams
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  Q:  Dr. J & Kareem Abdul Jabbar appeard in "The Fish That Saved" this city
  A:  Pittsburgh
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  Q:  Gene Hackman is the coach of an Indiana school up against unbelievable
      odds
  A:  Hoosiers
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  Q:  They are Wayne and Garth's favorite hockey team in "Wayne's World"
  A:  Chicago Black Hawks
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  Q:  This '51 movie with Janet Leigh had angels here
  A:  Outfield

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  Q:  In this movie, Kevin Costner was told "If you build it, they will come"
  A:  Field of Dreams
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  Q:  Glenn Ford played this golf legend in "Follow the Sun" in 1951
  A:  Ben Hogan
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  Q:  Alan Alda portrayed George Plimpton in this movie
  A:  Paper Lion
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  Q:  This actor played Rocky Balboa's trainer
  A:  Burgess Meredith
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  Q:  He played the title role in "Knute Rockne, All American"
  A:  Pat OBrien

·------------------------------------------------·
| Multi-tm Cities       question.multi.tm.cities |
·------------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This city is home to the Mariners, Seahawks and Supersonics
  A:  Seattle
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  Q:  This city is home to the Heat, the Hurricanes and the Marlins
  A:  Miami
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  Q:  This city has the Bears, the White Sox and the Cubs
  A:  Chicago
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  Q:  This city has the Rockets, the Owls, the Cougars and the Astros
  A:  Houston
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  Q:  This city has the Hawks, the Falcons and the Braves
  A:  Atlanta

·--------------------------------------·
| Music                 question.music |
·--------------------------------------·

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  Q:  Ice dancers Torville & Dean skated to this ravel work at the '84 Olympic
      games
  A:  Bolero
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  Q:  The New York Mets announcer Ralph Kiner once called this song the "New
      York Anthem"
  A:  Star Spangled Banner
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  Q:  ABC used this Jerry Lee Lewis song on its closing highlights for pro
      bowling
  A:  Great Balls of Fire
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  Q:  The Tigers forced Jack Morris to turn off this Russian composer
  A:  Tchaikovsky
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  Q:  Katarina Witt & Debi Thomas skated to this bizet opera's music in '88
  A:  Carmen

·----------------------------------------------·
| Musical Names         question.musical.names |
·----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  Texas Rangers' pitcher and pop-country star
  A:  Kenny Rogers
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  Q:  Journeyman infielder and Doors lead singer
  A:  Jim Morrison
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  Q:  Georgetown basketball guard, Seahawk linebacker & single-gloved-mega-star
  A:  Michael Jackson
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  Q:  Sports Announcer and "The hardest working man in show business."
  A:  James Brown
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  Q:  Shoeless baseball legend and British singer
  A:  Joe Jackson

·-------------------------------------·
| MVPs                  question.mvps |
·-------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This St. Louis Cardinal baseball player earned MVP honors in '43, '46 &
      '48
  A:  Stan Musial
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  Q:  He was the MVP of the 1988 World Series
  A:  Orel Hershiser
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  Q:  Of the first 6 Super Bowl MVP awards, this number went to QBs
  A:  5
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  Q:  This Florida QB was the 1st Sugar Bowl MVP from a losing team
  A:  Steve Spurrier
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  Q:  This linebacker is the only member of a losing team to be Super Bowl MVP
  A:  Chuck Howley

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Name the Sport        question.name.the.sport |
·-----------------------------------------------·

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  Q:  This racket sport holds an annual singles championship for players over
      80
  A:  Squash
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  Q:  This sport's matches are divided into chukkers
  A:  Polo
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This sport had the most on Sport Magazine's 9 highest paid athletes of
      '90
  A:  Boxing
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  Q:  This sport is played in Budweiser's three-on-three challenge
  A:  Basketball
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  Q:  In '61 this sport became the first to benefit from instant replay
  A:  Football

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  Q:  This sport has been described as "lawn bowling on ice"
  A:  Curling
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  Q:  This sport's races include the Tour of Italy, the Tour of Spain and the
      Milk Race
  A:  Cycling
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  Q:  This sport's female professionals compete on the LPBT Tour
  A:  Bowling
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This event gives picadores & banderilleros the chance to do their thing
  A:  Bullfighting
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  School or compulsory figures are used in this sport.
  A:  Ice skating

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The Magazine "Bird Chatter" is devoted to this sport
  A:  Badminton
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  Cycling, Running & Swimming make up this type of competition
  A:  Triathlon
300 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This type of court boasts a Cut Line, Service Box & Tell Tale
  A:  Squash
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This sport lifted its skirts for the 1983 season
  A:  Formula one racing
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  These sportsmen wear chest protecting plastrons under a jacket
  A:  Fencers

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  Scott Hamilton is noted for this sport
  A:  Ice Skating
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  It's the sport of descending a rock surface
  A:  Rapelling
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Eskimo rolls are performed in this sport
  A:  Kayaking
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Mary Decer, Evelyn Ashford & Renaldo Nehemiah are known for this sport
  A:  Running
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This sport was banned in Florida after a Michigan man fell to his death
  A:  Bungee Jumping

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This sport is central in the 1970 movie "The Endless Summer"
  A:  Surfing
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This is sometimes known as sidewalk surfing
  A:  Skateboarding
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This sport is the "Spiritual Parent" of skateboarding & snowboarding
  A:  Surfing
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This sport's hall of fame is located in Newport, Rhode Island
  A:  Tennis
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This sport attracts the largest number of paying customers in the US
  A:  Horse Racing

·--------------------------------------·
| Names                 question.names |
·--------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  On the reservation back in Oklahoma he is known as Drag-His-Root
  A:  Jim Thorpe
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This boxers name is translated as "Praiseworthy, the most high"
  A:  Muhammad Ali
300 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The unofficial name of the '66 season's NFL - AFL championship game
  A:  Super Bowl
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The most common name for players selected for the NFL Pro Bowl
  A:  Green
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This 1966 Heisman trophy winner's initials are S.O.S.
  A:  Steven Orr Spurrier

·-----------------------------------------·
| Nickname              question.nickname |
·-----------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  Juan Rodriguez is better known as this
  A:  Chi Chi Rodriguez
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The NFL coach was dubbed the reverend TL by his congregation of athletes
  A:  Tom Landry
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This race driver is known as the king of stockers
  A:  Richard Petty
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Swiss sensation Clarence Crabble answered to this nickname
  A:  Buster
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Basketball sharpshooter Pete Maravich's nickname
  A:  Pistol Pete

·-------------------------------------------·
| Nolan Ryan            question.nolan.ryan |
·-------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  Nolan Ryan's 300th win was against this team
  A:  Milwaukee Brewers
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He was Nolan Ryan's 5,000th strikeout
  A:  Rickey Henderson
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He holds the record for most consecutive starts without this
  A:  Relief
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  He has hit the most homers off of Nolan with 6
  A:  Will Clark
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He charged Nolan after being hit by a pitch in 1993
  A:  Robin Ventura

·-------------------------------------------·
| No Hitters            question.no.hitters |
·-------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  He was the first pitcher to throw an Opening Day no-hitter
  A:  Bob Feller
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  He threw the first no-hitter in World Series history
  A:  Don Larson
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He pitched a no-hitter to clinch the '86 NL West title for the Houston
      Astros
  A:  Mike Scott
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This one-armed pitcher threw a no-hitter in 1883
  A:  Hugh Daily
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This one-handed pitcher threw a no-hitter for the Yankees in '93
  A:  Jim Abbott

·----------------------------------------·
| Numbers               question.numbers |
·----------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The number of Major League Baseball, NFL & NBA teams that play at home
      in Texas
  A:  7
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  A doubles court is this many feet wider than a singles tennis court.
  A:  9
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This score in darts is dubbed sunset trip
  A:  77
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Of 16, 20 & 24, this number makes up the maximum Kentucky Derby field
  A:  20
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The number of attempts each cabber-tosser makes to determine his best
      distance
  A:  3

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The number of races run per year at the Indianapolis Speedway
  A:  1
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The number of times St. Louis pitcher Bob Gibson was World Series MVP
  A:  2
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The number of darts thrown by each side in a turn of tournament darts
  A:  3
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The highest possible score in figure skating
  A:  6
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The number of stumps that a cricket wicket has
  A:  3

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The number of strikes each player gets in a turn in a game of conkers
  A:  3
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The number of points a leaner is worth in horseshoe pitching
  A:  1
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The number of white balls used in pocket billiards
  A:  1
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The number of times the baton is passed by a relay team with four
      runners
  A:  3
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The number of individual events in a heptathlon
  A:  7

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The number of walls that a good serve can hit before bouncing in
      racquetball
  A:  2
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The number of officials in a volleyball match
  A:  1
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The number of games that must be won in a regulation set in tennis
  A:  6
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  As of '93 the number of triple crown winners in horse racing
  A:  11
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The number of states that are home to more than one NFL football team
  A:  6

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Num. of Players       question.num.of.players |
·-----------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The number of players on a rugby team
  A:  15
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The number of players on a soccer team
  A:  11
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The number of players on a lacrosse team
  A:  10
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The number of players on a volleyball team
  A:  6
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The number of players on a hockey team
  A:  6

·---------------------------------------------·
| Num. of Teams         question.num.of.teams |
·---------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The number of NHL teams in the league as of the 1993 season
  A:  26
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The number of teams in the NBA in 1993
  A:  27
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The number of teams in the NFL in the 1993 season
  A:  28
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The number of Major League Baseball teams in the 1993 season
  A:  26
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The number of teams the American Football League had in its 1st season
  A:  8

·-----------------------------------------·
| Olympics              question.olympics |
·-----------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  These Olympic contests used to be called the heel-and-toe events
  A:  Walks
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The music that Olympic ice skaters skate to may not contain these
  A:  Vocals
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The number of false starts that will disqualify an Olympic runner
  A:  2
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  After the result of an Olympic boxing contest, "RSC" is "Referee stops
      ..."
  A:  Contest
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The month that the '88 summer Olympics started
  A:  September

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The number of gold medals Carl Lewis won in the 1984 summer Olympics
  A:  4
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This city's opening Olympic game ceremonies used 80 grand pianos
  A:  Los Angeles
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This former Celtics player and coach was also a member of the '56 US
      basketball team
  A:  K C Jones
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This Olympic sport includes events in soling, star & tornado classes
  A:  Yachting
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  He was the first president of the American Professional Football
      Association in '20
  A:  Jim Thorpe

·------------------------------------------------·
| Olympic Abbrev.       question.olympic.abbrev. |
·------------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This country's official Olympic abbreviation was URS
  A:  Soviet Union
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This country's official Olympic abbreviation is ESP
  A:  Spain
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This country's official Olympic abbreviation is BAR
  A:  Barbados
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This country's official Olympic abbreviation is CAN
  A:  Canada
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This country's official Olympic abbreviation is ISL
  A:  Iceland

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Olympic Cities        question.olympic.cities |
·-----------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The '56 summer games were held November 22 to December 8 in this city
  A:  Melbourne
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The winter Olympics were held at this Tyrolean Venue in '64 & '76
  A:  Innsbruck
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The Unites States boycotted the '80 summer games held here
  A:  Moscow
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The Soviet Union boycotted the '84 summer games held here
  A:  Los Angeles
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  In '25 this city was retroactively called "The Olympic winter games"
  A:  Chamonix

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Olympic Colors        question.olympic.colors |
·-----------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The number of colors on an Olympic flag
  A:  6
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The upper left Olympic ring is this color
  A:  Blue
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The color of the middle Olympic ring
  A:  Black
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The color flag that signifies an Olympic walker has been disqualified
  A:  Red
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  The color of Carl Lewis' shoes when sprinting to victory at the '84
      Olympics
  A:  White

·------------------------------------------------·
| Olympic Country       question.olympic.country |
·------------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  The only country to participate in every modern summer & winter Olympics
  A:  England
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  The only non-communist nation to finish in the '80 summer top 8 medal
      count
  A:  Italy
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This country's '88 basketball squad was mummified by the US 102-35
  A:  Egypt
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The US men's squad upset this country's top rated gymnastics team in '84
  A:  China
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This country's basketball team won the gold medal in '80 in Moscow
  A:  Yugoslavia

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This country's Olympic abbreviation is "SUI"
  A:  Switzerlan
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This country's Olympic abbreviation is "ARS"
  A:  Soudi Arabia
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  The second eastern bloc country to boycott the '84 summer Olympics
  A:  Bulgaria
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  Lasse Viron winner of the 5000M & 10000M in '72 & '76 competed for this
      country
  A:  Finland
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This country's team has won the Olympic water polo tournament the most
  A:  Hungary

·-----------------------------------------------·
| Olympic Events        question.olympic.events |
·-----------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This Olympic sport has been called "ballet in water"
  A:  Synchronized swimming
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  Considered the most physically demanding Olympic sport
  A:  Decathlon
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This event and swimming require competitors to travel backwards to win
  A:  Rowing
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This sport boasts the Olympic event held over the longest distance
  A:  Cycling
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This men's athletic even was won at the 1984 Olympics with a result of
      2.35 meters
  A:  High jump

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  Greco-Roman is a type of this Olympic sport
  A:  Wrestling
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  Platform and springboard are two types of competition in this Olympic
      sport
  A:  Diving
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Bonnie Blair won two gold medals for this sport
  A:  Speed skating
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This event won Trent Dimas an Olympic gold medal
  A:  High bar
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  Wyoma Tyus won unprecedented back to back victories in this event
  A:  100 yard dash

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  These 2 single-event athletic competitions measure vertical distance
  A:  Hi Jump & Pole Vault
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This Olympic skiing even must be held of two different courses
  A:  Slalom
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  Jim Thorpe won gold medals in the 1912 Olympics for the pentathlon and
      this
  A:  Decathlon
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  This type of handball is an Olympic event
  A:  Field handball
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This Olympic event includes riding, fencing, shooting, swimming &
      running
  A:  Modern pentahlon

·-------------------------------------------------·
| Olympic Location      question.olympic.location |
·-------------------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  It's the smallest country to have hosted the summer Olympics
  A:  Finland
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This country hosted the Olympic games held at Garmischpartenkirchen
  A:  Germany
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  This country hosted what was hyped as the "Serenity Olympics"
  A:  Munich (Can you say "irony"?)
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  The 1932 summer Olympics were held in this US city
  A:  Los Angeles
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  This city will host the 1996 summer Olympics
  A:  Atlanta

·---------------------------------------·
| Owners                question.owners |
·---------------------------------------·

100 or 200 Dollars
  Q:  This baseball owner was dubbed Phineas T. Bluster by his players
  A:  George Steinbrenner
200 or 400 Dollars
  Q:  This network once owned a majority of the New York Yankees
  A:  CBS
300 or 600 Dollars
  Q:  He was known as "Papa Bear"
  A:  George Halas
400 or 800 Dollars
  Q:  He bought the Houston Astros from John McMullen in 1992
  A:  Drayton McLane Jr
500 or 1000 Dollars
  Q:  In 1935 the owner of this team called night baseball "Just a fad, a
      passing fancy"
  A:  Chicago Cubs

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·
| Acting                final.acting |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·

Q:  He deserted the Motor City for Tinseltown marrying actress Susan Clark
    along the way
A:  Alex Karras

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·
| Baseball              final.baseball |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·

Q:  This Pittsburgh player is the last one in 50 years to get 40 or more
    Homers. (Clearly, this is a dated question)
A:  Willie Stargell

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·
| Baseball Hodge        final.baseball.hodge |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·

Q:  This legendary football team owner replaced Babe Ruth in right field for
    the Yankees
A:  George Halas

Q:  This Raider said "In Oakland it was always win, win, win & you get fed up
    with it."
A:  Jose Canseco

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·
| Baseball Players      final.baseball.players |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·

Q:  This Dodger got inspiration on the mound singing "Praise God"
A:  Orel Hershiser

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| Baseball Quotes       final.baseball.quotes |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·

Q:  This Yankee's broadcaster observed: "If Don's AL MVP, nothing's Kosher in
    China."
A:  Phil Rizzuto

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·
| Bask. Potpr           final.bask.potpr |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·

Q:  Of Al, Dick & Frank McGuire, he is the only one inducted into the
    basketball Hall of Fame.
A:  Frank

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·
| Coll. Conf.           final.coll.conf |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·

Q:  Of Idaho, Oregon and Washington this school doesn't play football in the
    Pacific Ten
A:  Idaho

Q:  Of Texas, Texas A&M & Texas El Paso, this one does not belong in the SW
    Conference
A:  Texas El Paso

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·
| Coll. Standout        final.coll.standout |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·

Q:  This USC running back set a major college rushing record before raiding
    the NFL
A:  Marcus Allen

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·
| Dual Sports           final.dual.sports |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·

Q:  Dodger ace Sandy Koufax played this sport on scholarship at the
    University of Cincinnati (Cincinnati rocks! except for the
    uber-conservatism)
A:  Basketball

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·
| Football Hodge.       final.football.hodge |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·

Q:  This former Steeler led an '87 hall of fame ceremony audience in chanting
   "Dee-fense"
A:  Mean Joe Greene

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·
| Golfers               final.golfers |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·

Q:  In her 1st full season on the LPGA Tour, she won 9 tournaments, including
    a 5 in a row
A:  Nancy Lopez

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·
| Pick the Sport        final.pick.the.sport |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·

Q:  This lawn sports popularity put an abrupt end to the croquet craze of the
    late 1800s
A:  Tennis

Q:  This gymnastic sport features rolls, levers, kips, crosses, uprises &
    grant swings
A:  Rings

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·
| Potpourri             final.potpourri |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·

Q:  This inventor charged 10 cents a round in 1894 to see the first film of a
    boxing match.
A:  Thomas Edison

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·
| Rules & Regs          final.rules.regs |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·

Q:  The number of yards an opposing soccer player must be from the ball on a
    free kick
A:  10

·-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=·
| Tennis                final.tennis |
·=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-·

Q:  Since '45 US Players have fared worse in this Grand Slam men's tennis
    tournament.
A:  French Open


·=============================================================================·
| Section 4.00          MISCELLANEOUS          search.misc                    |
·=============================================================================·

·----------------------------------·
| FAQs                  search.faq |
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   Question 01: What is the highest score possible?
     Answer 01: $240,800 is the highest amount of money that you can get

   Question 02: How do you get that much money in one game?
     Answer 02: It is complete luck. You will need to get every single
                question in the game correct. Likewise, you will also need all
                of the Daily Doubles to be on the $100 in the first round and
                $200 in the second round. They also need to be the last
                question of the round, and you need to bet all of your money
                on those questions. After that you will need to bet all of
                your money in Final Jeopardy and get the question correct.
                Like I said, you will need a supurb amount of luck in order to
                get that amount.

   Question 03: Alright, smarty! What is the most that you have won in a game?
     Answer 03: I have actually earned $72,400 dollars in one game.

   Question 04: How do I get better at this game (Help me, I suck!)
     Answer 04: Besides you being extremely cheap and looking at the hundreds
                of answers posted in this FAQ there are a few tips that can
                help you out. These are a few of the basic patterns that I
                have found so far...

                ·------------------------------------·
                |   Subject    |    Common Answers   |
                ·--------------+---------------------·
                | Boxing       | Jack Dempsey        |
                |              | Muhammad Ali        |
                |              | Rocky Marciano      |
                |              | Sugar Ray Robinson  |
                |--------------+---------------------|
                | Golf         | Arnold Palmer       |
                |              | Jack Nicklaus       |
                |              | Sam Snead           |
                |--------------+---------------------|
                | Basketball   | Kareem Abdul Jabbar |
                |              | Magic Johnson       |
                |--------------+---------------------|
                | Horse Racing | Willie Shoemaker    |
                ·--------------·---------------------·

                You can also rake in some serious money on easier catagories,
                the one that I generally thrive off of is Numbers, however,
                with all of the answers already given to you, then you can get
                every catagory.

   Question 04: Earlier you were going on and on about how great Daily Doubles
                are. What is so special about them?
     Answer 04: Simple really, Daily Doubles give you the ability to double
                your amount of money in one question. This can change the face
                of the game from a neck and neck battle to an all out blowout.
                However, if you risk it all and loose, then you have to work
                your way back to get anywhere near in contention.


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| Section 6.00          NOTES AND THANKS       search.thank                   |
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